Inclusive Practices: Technology Supports for Struggling Readers
Meaningful Learning Experiences for All
Online, On-Demand Recording
5.00 CPE Credits  

Join us to explore technology tools that will assist in acquiring and practicing specific skills needed when learning to read.

We will consider both high- and low-tech options as presented in the new Inclusion in Texas Network resource, Identifying the Right Tool: A Reference List of Technology Supports for Struggling Readers. This document is a resource tool for professionals, students, and parents working with technology to help mitigate long-standing equity and accessibility gaps in line with the National Education Technology Plan (NETP) and to support reading progress for all students. The tools align with the five research-based components of effective phonics-based reading programs: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.

This course is a self paced course that is accessable through Canvas. 

Special educator, General educator, Instructional leader
Emma Junkin, Amanda Tucker
Literacy, High School, Progress in the General Curriculum, Differentiation, Inclusion, Reading Language Arts (RLA), Diverse Populations, Instructional Strategies, Special Education, Effective Schools Framework - 5.1, Instructional Technology, Elementary
1 - Planning, T-TESS 2 - Instruction, T-TESS 1 - Instructional Leadership, T-PESS
Online, On-Demand Recording

CPE Credits: 5.00  
Registration Closes: 3/1/2025
Starts: 3/22/2024
Ends: 3/31/2025