CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses


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Reading and writing is every child’s right. Although dyslexia only affects 20% of our population, nationally and state-wide, only one-third of our students read at a proficient or advanced level. As a result, two-thirds of our students are reading at basic or below basic. Therefore, literacy is a social justice issue we need to remediate, and we owe it to our students to evaluate our literacy instruction and understand the skills needed to help all students read. Join in this pathway as we “Break the Code” to uncover and explore structured literacy and its methodologies that work for ALL, specifically those with dyslexia and other reading challenges

Required Courses

• Structured Literacy - What, Why, Who and How? • Honk, Honk! Stop, Assess, and Drive Your Reading Instruction • Structured Literacy with Orton-Gillingham, Foundational • Structured Literacy with Orton-Gillingham, Advanced • Orton-Gillingham Application Check-In

Intended Audience

General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Literacy Specialist, Administrators

LCAP Priorities

© Pupil Achievement, Pupil Engagement, Implementing State Standards, Course Access

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