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Wilson Reading System
WRS Level I Certification Course & Practicum:  
June 29 and 30 and July 5 - 28, 2017 – 8:00 am – 3:30 pm.  
Tuition $4,500 (Non-refundable deposit of $1000.00 is due May 1, 2017) 
Balance of $3,500 in FULL is due June 1, 2017
All materials are included. 

THIS COURSE IS LIMITED TO SEVEN (7) PARTICIPANTS.

Participants must 
obtain New York City Department of Education fingerprint clearance at their own expense.($130)
Candidates for the Level I Certification Practicum must have completed the Three-Day Introduction course within the past five years. 

Certification provides extensive training and support enabling teachers to effectively implement the program with integrity. Certification includes approximately 90 hours of online instruction, a 60-lesson practicum, including demonstration, observation and feedback from a Wilson trainer. The time, effort and study involved with this program are considerable. Each trainee is expected to acquire a very sophisticated working knowledge of the sound-symbol system of English (phonology) and its structure (morphology), as well as the use of specific diagnostic techniques in teaching reading and spelling.

Individuals who successfully meet all requirements of this certification training receive WRS certification (Level I).
 
The ultimate goal is to improve student achievement. By increasing teachers’ efficacy and skill, WRS certification helps to do just that, as indicated by several reports. Data from pre- and posttests of 220 students with language learning disabilities in grades 3-12 were analyzed. The average gain for Word Attack was 4.6 grade levels, Passage Comprehension was 1.6 grade levels, and Total Reading was 1.9 grade levels. At the time of instruction, the teachers were enrolled in WRS certification (O’Connor and Wilson, 1995). Similar student improvements were observed by Dr. Frank Wood, et al. (2002), in his analysis of pre- and posttest data. (See Evidence of Effectiveness for full reports.) 

Liven Up Your Students’ Sentence Writing (Grades K-8)
Monday, July 10, 2017 – 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Six NYSED CTLE Hours
Cost: $250 ($225 early bird before June 9)
Everyone Reading- 30 Broad Street –Suite 402
New York, NY 10004
Six NYSED CTLE Hours

Learn latest research-based methods for supporting all students in independently, naturally and fluently crafting beautiful, meaning-rich sentences. Support students in deeply understanding what a sentence is (and is not), how sentences work and how to avoid run ons or fragments. Lead students through a structured, scaffolded, flexible sequence of instruction, and see examples of how to differentiate this instruction as you go based on diagnostically assessing the writing students regularly produce. Avoid an isolated grammar focus by embedding this instruction right into authentic writing experiences. View sentence grammar not as a set of rules, but as an exciting palette of choices students can make to impact their reader’s experience and express their voices. Only as needed, develop fluency through short skill sprint games (10 min daily) designed to pattern in the use of varied, authentic word selection, sentence variation, and to practice sentence combining and artful sentence imitation. Put students in charge of their growth by helping them self-monitor and set goals so they develop the motivation and self-regulation expert writers possess.

This workshop includes co-presenter, Dr. Charles Haynes, Professor in Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Mass General Hospital and author of “From Talking to Writing”.

New Takes on Evidence-Based Reading Comprehension Instruction
 (Grades 1-8)

Thursday, July 13, 2017 – 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Five NYSED CTLE Hours
Cost: $250 ($225 early bird before June 9)
Everyone Reading- 30 Broad Street –Suite 402
New York, NY 10004

Learn evidence-based practices that can turbo-charge your students’ reading comprehension. Research is now coming out on how students can internalize explicit, step-by-step strategies they can use in self-directed ways anytime they read, but particularly when preparing to write to sources. Learn the three most powerful practices for deepening meaning-making and critical thinking while engaging in reading comprehension, and how to support both executive functioning and self-regulation in our readers. Research validates each of the components overviewed, including formative assessment, coordinating multiple strategy use, text structure, modeling, flexible self-created graphic organizers, goal setting, and general emphasis on metacognition.

Self-Regulated Strategy Development for Writing (Grades 2-5)
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 11 and 12, 2017 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Ten NYSED CTLE Hours
Cost: $495 total for both days ($450 early bird before June 9)
Everyone Reading – 30 Broad Street – Suite 402
New York, NY 10004

Make writing your students favorite time of day with evidence-based practices, particularly those from the Self-Regulated Strategy Development model. Avoid formulas that lead to hollow writing, focusing instead on ways to draw out rich craft and voice from all our writers, particularly those who struggle. The practices we will explore include mining mentor texts (written by both student and professional writers), inspiring a deep appreciation and skill at revision, using formative assessment, modeling, goal setting and flexible, self-created graphic organizers, as well as how to cultivate the kind of self-regulation expert writers possess. While lessons and full unit plans are available, this is not a separate program but a pedagogy meant to be combined with however you already teach writing in ways that will just strengthen your existing instruction. See standardized assessment data and pre to post student-writing samples that show significant gains made with these practices. This approach was just adopted by 40,000 teachers across Tennessee, a growing number of NYCDOE and independent schools, and in schools across the states of Michigan and Massachusetts.

Dyslexia: What It Is and What to Do about It.

ASPDP P-Credit Course for New York City Department of Education Staff

Course Syllabus Template
3 Credit Course: 36 Hours - Course #P01.047.1F15

Summer 2017: August 7 - 12, 2017


Everyone Reading

30 Broad Street – Suite 402

New York, NY 10004
917-903-2648

In-Person Course at Everyone Reading (new address listed above)
All Materials Provided
Cost: $400 on Everyone Reading Website
+ $125 to be paid directly to the New York City Department of Education
Link to ASPD
Download Syllabus

To be eligible for NYC DOE P-credits for these courses, participants must register and pay an ASPDP fee directly through ASPDP.

Participants must visit
http://schools.nyc.gov/teachers/ASPDP to complete the registration, where participants can either create an account or log on to their existing ASPDP account, then choose the “Enroll & Pay for Courses” link. Any participant who does not complete this enrollment process on the ASPDP website by the registration close date will not be eligible for P-credits. Please email ASPDP at ASPDP@schools.nyc.gov should you need more information.

Course Information

Focus of Course: Dyslexia: What It Is and What to Do about It

Will focus on the theory and science of reading difficulties and the foundational skills and language development necessary for proficient reading at all grade levels.

What will teachers know and be able to do as a result of taking this course?

Participants will know the biologic cause of dyslexia and other language based reading disorders. They will know the theory behind and need for multi-sensory language education for all beginning readers and older students who are struggling with literacy. They will be able to plan and implement a lesson plan employing multi-sensory language education techniques to develop oral language and/or foundational reading skills. They will also learn to embed skill reinforcement and language development into content lessons in all subject areas.

This course will meet on the following dates:

Monday 8/7/2017 - Saturday 8/12/2017

This course will meet at the following times: Start time: 9:00 am - End time: 3:30 pm

- The maximum number of students this class can permit: 30
- Target Grade Level(s): K- 12
- Content Area(s): English Language Arts

Specific Content Area(s): □ Arts xAcademic Intervention □Accountability xELL xEnglish Language Arts □Guidance□Health/Physical Ed. □Intervention □Mathematics □Mentoring □Methodology □Multicultural Ed. □Science □Secretaries□Social Studies xSpecial Education □Technology in the Content Area