Rx for Reading
May 23 - June 1
This lecture and laboratory workshop is designed to train educators, resource teachers, and homeschool parents to provide reading intervention in a group setting. Rx for Reading takes the five essential components of reading – phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and reading comprehension , which we call “strands of language” into a language brain that is comprehensive, constructive, and creative.
This course systematically teaches participants the methodology to develop these components. The participant will learn to identify and assess student needs in basic reading and then utilize the group model Rx for Reading to effectively and efficiently develop decoding and encoding skills in their students.
Dates & Times:
Online Portion (Live):
Thursday, May 23, 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Thursday, May 30, 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Saturday, June 1, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm | NILD Canada Head Office, Waterloo, ON
Out of province participants can join us for the entire workshop via our online platform. Two important considerations:
- You will need a laptop or desktop computer (PC or MAC) with camera, audio and microphone capability as well as a reliable internet connection.
- You will need to have a volunteer (adult or student) available with you for part of Saturday in order to practice and demonstrate the technique.
- Registered Educational Therapist: $575.00 (Save $100, register by April 25! Use code “earlybird” at checkout to save $100!)
- Non-therapist: $625.00 (Save $100, register by April 25! Use code “earlybird” at checkout to save $100!)
May 16, 2019