This journal club looks at articles on how early speech or language disorders may affect language and literacy outcomes during adolescence. It explores how spoken and written language samples can be useful in comprehensive assessments which lead to more specific interventions to support students’ access to the general curricula.
For more information contact Tami Cassel at email@example.com
Read this information to access the Learner Objectives and Introduction on how to navigate this course.
Through engagement in this series of 13 webinar modules, participants will understand the current research, implications, and the essential elements necessary for assessing, preventing, and overcoming reading difficulties.
This series was created in conjunction with David Kilpatrtick, PhD to compliment the information provided in his book Essentials of Assessing, Preventing, and Overcoming Reading Difficulties (Wiley, 2015).
If interested in taking this course please contact Veronica Fielder, Colorado Department of Education Specific Learning Disability Consultant.
This overview of SLD eligibility will allow participants to
- distinguish between MTSS and RtI and understand how they are interrelated.
- develop an understanding of how to build a body of evidence through an RtI process in order to determine eligibility for Specific Learning Disability.
- review considerations for English Learners during the eligibility process for special education services.
This on-demand course is free and can be accessed any time. One hour of CDE credit hours is available upon completion.
If you have any questions about this course please contact Veronica Fielder, Colorado Department of Education Specific Learning Disability Consultant.
This Moodle "course" is a digital space for accessing and sharing resources to support our learning during the Individualized Problem Solving within Response to Intervention pilot.
Strategies to Write Informational Text for Secondary Students is an
8-week self-paced course with 11 modules that provide resources
to support the writing process. It follows the book by Jill Jackson,
How to Teach Students to Write Informational Text. You will not
need the book to complete the course.
- Jayne Dougherty - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Veronica Fiedler - email@example.com
- Tami Cassel -firstname.lastname@example.org
Your On Demand eLearning Library (YODeL)
To successfully prepare children with disabilities to reach their full potential, this series of online training modules provides IEP Teams with performance support and a targeted review of information regarding the IEP process.
Please email Kathy Wheatley with questions regarding these modules.