Course Overview

All Courses

Below is a general overview our courses. Please refer to our Calendar Page to see, and sign up for, scheduled trainings.

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This one-day class is designed for 4-year-old, early childhood, special education teachers, and speech-language pathologists.

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This two-day training helps teachers meet their goal of making sure their students are ready to read by the first grade.

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The four-day program is structured and implements a multisensory approach, allowing teachers to aid various levels.

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Our five-day training program is perfect for second- and third-grade teachers. Learn to increase fluency at every reading level.

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This four-day training is designed to assist the teachers of students in grades 4-6 and/or 7-8 in the instruction of the structure, origin, and use of the English language.

This one-day training targets those who teach fourth through eighth grade. The class focuses on meaning, etymology, and spelling.

Designed to improve writing and English comprehension, this one-day course is designed for fourth through eighth grade teachers.

This is the first course in the two-year CALT program that meets ALTA requirements.
This is the second course in the two-year CALT program that meets ALTA requirements.
The CALP preparatory course meets the certification requirements for participants to become a Certified Language Practitioners.

This four-hour course is offered in person or online and is appropriate for educators or parents/guardians who are interested in supplemental reading practice for struggling readers.

Educators & Dyslexia 101

For districts and schools, we offer either a half-day or full-day of on-site training for educators to learn about what dyslexia is and is not, identifying dyslexia in the classroom, how neurobiological disorders affect learning, and accommodating students with dyslexia.

Parents & Dyslexia 101

This three-hour dyslexia basics class is for parents to learn about dyslexia and how to advocate for their child at the school level.