The Courses

INTERVENTION INTENSIVE

Author and Instructor: Laura Rogan, M.A., M.Ed.

Participants MUST have fully completed the Introductory Course as a prerequisite to taking this workshop.

Designed for those who have completed the Introductory course, this workshop-model implementation intensive is designed for educators who are looking to delve deeper into the implementation of Wired for Reading. Focusing on the needs of Tier 2 and 3 students, this class is designed to help guide classroom teachers, interventionists, and tutors by focusing on their specific needs and questions. It will address how to use Wired for Reading in both a classroom and intervention setting.

The course will begin by reviewing the content of the Mouth Foundation and then discussing common implementation and differentiation questions.  This model will continue for Core and Complex Anglo Saxon, with a focus on helping both teachers and tutors with implementation.

In the class, participants will learn how to:

  • use the Learning Spiral for lesson planning
  • handle errors and guide students to self-monitor and self-correct
  • make pacing decisions and differentiate the program for different age and skill levels

This class has a maximum of a 14:1 participant to expert ratio and will be tailored to the needs of the participants.

Optional: One credit through Seattle University Professional Development program EPDLA 900 for $50 a credit or 10 Washington State clock hours at $3 per clock hour. Credits earned may apply towards Washington State teacher certification and for advancement on the salary scale.

REGISTRATION

Participants MUST have fully completed the Introductory Course as a prerequisite to taking this workshop.

Wired for Reading Intervention Intensive

  • Dates: June 7-8, 2019
  • Time: Friday 4:30pm – 7:45pm and Saturday 8:45am – 5:00pm
  • Location: Hamlin Robinson School, 1701 20th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98144
  • Tuition: $250
  • Late Fee: $25 if tuition not received by the deadline
  • Deposit: $50 Reserves place (Non refundable after deadline.)
  • Material Fees: $90 (This fee is waived for new participants if tuition is received by registration deadline.)
  • Registration Deadline: May 31, 2019
  • 1 Credit or 10 Clock Hours offered through Seattle University
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