Students with dyslexia do not need to struggle endlessly to become proficient readers. CORE’s professional learning services will equip your teachers with the skills and knowledge they need to prevent reading difficulty but also to identify the warning signs of dyslexia and intervene with evidence-based instructional practices that work. When working specifically with special education teachers, our professional learning services focus on effective instruction for students who have already been identified with dyslexia.
Our Instructional Implementation Experts can also assist with the selection and implementation of effective reading curricula for teaching
students identified with dyslexia.
CORE instructs educators about what dyslexia is and what it is not, what causes difficulty learning to read and spell written words, and how to recognize the signs of dyslexia. Educators will also learn the principles of effective intervention and instruction for students with dyslexia using the multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) framework.
Once educators have a better understanding of dyslexia, CORE Instructional Implementation Experts work closely with teachers to help them effectively identify students in need of early intervention to prevent reading difficulties as well as provide instructional support for students struggling with dyslexia.
CORE experts work closely with prek-12 school and district leaders to establish MTSS plans for interventions and monitor teaching effectiveness school- and district-wide.