Purpose: This coaching guide was created for instructional leaders to facilitate implementation of the assessment and intervention practices outlined in the Equipped for Reading Success online course as well as Dr. David Kilpatrick's book by the same title. The coaching guide can be used by an instructional coach or through peer coaching as part of a Professional Learning Community or as PD for grade-level teams.
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.
A Colorado professional learning series based on the book Equipped for Reading Success by Dr. David Kilpatrick and presented by Deb Hoesterey, educational consultant. The modules in this series follow David Kilpatrick's manual and help educators implement the evidence based instructional methods that are most effective for students with reading difficulties.
This course is self paced and can be accessed and completed any time.
If you have any questions about this course please contact Veronica Fielder, Colorado Department of Education Specific Learning Disability Consultant.
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.
This course meets the special education licensure renewal requirement for 27 professional development hours.
- Veronica Fiedler - email@example.com
- Shani O'Brien - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are already a Moodle user, you may self-enroll in this course.