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Assessment and Intervention, Understanding the Nature of Reading Difficulties

CORE November 13, 2019
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Understanding how word-level reading develops and why some students struggle are valuable starting points for planning reading instruction and interventions. Knowing this puts educators in a good position to determine what aspect(s) of the reading process may be creating difficulties for children. This in turn, enables educators to provide intervention that is highly effective to minimize or eliminate the reading difficulty.

Watch this on-demand webinar featuring Dr. David Kilpatrick, Author of Essentials of Assessing, Preventing, and Overcoming Reading Difficulties, to learn:

  • Common types of reading problems
  • Best practices for assessing reading difficulties
  • Which types of assessments can be used to identify individual struggling reader’s difficulties
  • Specific interventions based on the different types of reading difficulties

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an expert in the field of reading assessment and intervention.

To watch this webinar on-demand, visit CoreLearn.com.

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