Fostering Reading and Writing Success for Children with Learning Disabilities
3 Graduate Level or In-service Credits/ 45 Hours Instructor Jennifer Crispo, March 1-31, May 1-27, July 1-30, October 1-30
University of the Pacific PEDC 9078
Adams State University
Finding meaningful reading and writing strategies that benefit all types of learners can be quite challenging and time consuming. This course has done all of the “leg work” for you by outlining some of the most important reading and writing strategies that create more successful readers and writers. Included in this course are reading fluency, comprehension, decoding, and ELA test-taking strategies. You’ll learn tips on how to create great writing introductions/conclusions, writing organizers, rubrics, and checklists. Upon finishing this course you will have access to dozens of printable activities, texts for fluency/comprehension, and “go to” educational websites that will enhance your reading and writing curriculum. Most importantly you will have a greater understanding of how to teach reading and writing to children with learning disabilities. This course connects educators with resources that support the new Common Core Curriculum and is appropriate for general and special educators that teach grades K-12.
Upon registering for Adams State Graduate Level Credit students will be sent a link to pay 165.00 directly to Adams State to receive this credit.
March 1-31, May 1-27, July 1-30, October 1-30