Practical Multi-sensory Approach to Teaching Dyslexic Learners Training
Are you an educator looking to improve your skills and help dyslexic learners succeed in the classroom?
Look no further than our Practical Multi-sensory Approach to Teaching Dyslexic Learners training program!
Our comprehensive program is designed to equip you with practical skills and techniques that will help dyslexic learners thrive in the classroom. With a focus on multi-sensory approaches to teaching, you’ll learn everything from the nature and needs of dyslexic learners to the structure of the English language.
Our expert instructor bring a wealth of real-world experience to the table, ensuring that you receive the most up-to-date and relevant training possible. You’ll gain hands-on experience with manipulatives and other tools, as well as instruction on how to develop effective lesson plans, analyze student progress, and involve parents in the teaching and learning process.
Best of all, your program cost goes directly towards supporting the work we do at Africa Dyslexia Organisation.
The 10-session training program is spread over 5 weeks and will be conducted via Zoom. Sessions will take place on the following dates: May 12-13, 19-20, and 26-27, and June 2-3 and 16-17. All sessions will begin at 6pm GMT, making it easy to fit into your busy schedule.
- The philosophy, research, theory, and practical skills of a multi-sensory approach to language learning.
- The nature and needs of dyslexic learners.
- How to use manipulatives to implement a program of remedial therapy.
- Multi-sensory approaches to teaching language, spelling, and handwriting.
- Instructional topics, such as the structure of the English language and spelling rules
- How to assess student needs and progress.
- How to involve parents in the teaching and learning process.
- Expert instruction from an experienced instructor.
- Hands-on experience with manipulatives and other tools.
- Instruction on developing effective lesson plans, analyzing student progress, and involving parents in the teaching and learning process.
- A valuable addition to your professional development portfolio.
- A certificate of completion.
Dr. Rhaleta Bernard is a highly qualified and experienced Reading Specialist and Founder of P.O.J. Tutoring, located in South Ozone Park, Queens, New York. She obtained her Master’s degree in Education from John’s University, New York and is a licensed Orton Gillingham Associate, specializing in students with dyslexia. Dr. Bernard is a certified New York State teacher and Reading Specialist, with over a decade of experience working with a wide range of reading disabilities.
Dr. Bernard is also enlisted as an Independent SETTS provider on the New York Municipal list for the Department of Education. Prior to starting P.O.J. Tutoring, she was employed at Catherine Laboure Special Education Program in Brooklyn, where she worked as a Reading Specialist.
In addition to her work in education, Dr. Bernard holds a doctorate in Theology and is an ordained minister. She is passionate about teaching and believes that when you love what you do, you never work a day in your life.