This two-hour interactive session is designed to help educators understand firsthand the reading and writing challenges often experienced by students with dyslexia in their classroom. These students will not “catch up” without direct explicit interventions and evidence based supports. Educators need to know what to look for and how to differentiate instruction so they can support these students in a timely manner.Register for November 19 or April 9 Sessions
AIM Academy Professional Open House, Friday, February 2 with Deborah G. DeLauro, M.Ed., J.D. about the legal obligations for independent schools regarding students with learning disabilities, particularly relating to students who had an Individual Education Plan (IEP) when they were admitted or who have a learning/academic plan which was developed by school staff after enrollment.
This online eWorkshop Series is based on theoretical models of skilled reading including the Simple View of Reading (Gough & Tunmer, 1986) and Scarborough's Reading Rope (Scarborough, 2003). Each interactive workshop introduces and explains the sub-components of the two critical factors necessary for skilled reading; word recognition and language comprehension. Additional sessions dig deeper into each of these factors and connect to related topics such as assessment.
You Have Data, So Now What? - Coming Soon!
Our Literacy Assessment Series is intended to educate practitioners on the use of assessment to inform literacy instruction and improve educational outcomes for all students. The series consists of four workshops that focus on these topics: Screening, Progress Monitoring, Informal Diagnostics, and Formal Diagnostics