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2021-22 Dyslexia Success Series Destination Intervention: Using data and error analysis to plan intervention 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. CST November 13, 2021; December 11, 2021; January 8, 2022; February 19, 2022 This four-part series will support your ability to act on the results of screening data to deliver tiered intervention to students with characteristics of dyslexia. We will use case studies to build your confidence in using data and evidence-based instruction. We will focus on applying your knowledge and skills to intensifying instruction and giving differentiated and meaningful student feedback in the intervention setting. Although this series will include content specifically related to the K-8th grade band, secondary educators will benefit from the same procedures in the use of dyslexia-specific screening data. The content is aligned with Tennessee’s 2016 Say Dyslexia law and the 2021 Tennessee Literacy Success Act. 2021-22 Dyslexia Success Series Destination Intervention: Using data and error analysis to plan intervention 11/13/21 Don’t we just need more of the core? Intensifying instruction for Tier 2 12/11/21 Comprehensive intervention for Tier 3 and special ed settings: Using data and error analysis to guide instruction for phonemes, alphabet knowledge, and sound-symbol correspondences 1/8/22 Comprehensive intervention for Tier 3 and special ed settings: Using data and error analysis to guide instruction for decoding, spelling, word, phrase, and sentence reading 2/19/22 Comprehensive intervention for Tier 3 and special ed settings: Using data and error analysis to guide instruction for morphology, vocabulary, and reading comprehension From the District to the Reading Teacher: Using Screeners to Identify Students with Characteristics of Dyslexia October 11, 2021 This full-day workshop provides straightforward information to support your general education practices, from the district level to the reading teacher. The workshop specifically focuses on understanding student data generated from universal screening and how core literacy instruction influences universal screening data. Attendees will: *gain insight into the purpose of screening *reflect on their current screening practices at the district, school, and classroom levels *learn how to use screening data to differentiate student reading profiles. *develop insights into core instructional practices and student needs Workshop Schedule 8:30 – 8:40 Welcome 8:40 – 9:15 Session 1 – Challenges to Implementing Dyslexia Specific Screening Stipulated within State Laws 9:15 – 10:15 Session 2 – Universal Screening: The GPS for Student Reading Data, Part 1 10:15 – 10:30 Break 10:30 – 11:45 Session 2 – Universal Screening: The GPS for Student Reading Data, Part 2 11:45 – 12:45 Lunch 12:45 – 1:45 Session 3 – Students at the intersection: Screening for dyslexia within the MTSS/RTI framework 1:45 – 2:00 Break 2:00 – 3:00 Session 4 – Choosing the correct route: Determining when a student has characteristics of dyslexia 3:00 –3:30 Closing Remarks & Discussion

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DSS-FSW

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$349.00