Dive deeper into this textbook in the next session of the Online Elementary Reading Academy, starting January 23, 2020. Over the course of seven sessions and 10 weeks, learn evidence-based practices, based on the science of reading, for improving reading instruction and increasing student achievement.
The Online Elementary Reading Academy takes the best of CORE’s nationally acclaimed textbooks, Teaching Reading Sourcebook and Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures, and packages them into a facilitated, seven-session, asynchronous online course. The course teaches educators the essential components of reading instruction, based on the science of reading, with clear and explicit models immediately applicable in the classroom. Click here to preview the course for no cost.
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The Online Elementary Reading Academy consists of seven sessions completed over 10 weeks. Complete each session on your own time, when it’s most convenient to you. Sessions cover specific skills and instructional strategies educators can apply to help all students set strong foundations for reading success. Specific topics discussed include:
The cost for attendance is $500 per participant and fees include all materials, including the nationally recognized textbooks Teaching Reading Sourcebook and Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures.
There is a class section minimum of 12, not to exceed 30. For group discounts, please contact Mark Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional fees apply to educators earning college credit and vary depending on the type of credit earned.
Participants may receive 3 graduate-level semester extension units for an additional cost of $285. These units are typically used for salary advancement. There are no additional requirements beyond successful completion of the course for a total of 45 hours.
Or, participants may receive 3 graduate credits for an additional cost of $650. Requirements include successful completion of the course and completion of additional assignments for a total of 135 hours.