Coding is the beginning of a successful transition into translating written symbols or reading.
Example | Bilingual Dyslexia Intervention for Older Elementary in Classroom Setting
Three older elementary students identified with dyslexia are getting ready to begin their dyslexia intervention.
Example | Bilingual Dyslexia Intervention for Early Elementary in Classroom Setting
Four newly identified early elementary students have just started their dyslexia intervention for the day.
Example | Dyslexia Intervention for Middle School in Classroom Setting
Six secondary students identified with dyslexia are about thirty minutes into their daily scheduled session.
Example | Dyslexia Intervention for Elementary in Classroom Setting
Three newly identified early elementary students have just begun dyslexia intervention for the day.
Example | Language & Articulation in Self-Contained Setting
It’s the first day of speech therapy for the entire school year. I have four students in the 3rd grade. These students were on my caseload last year, so I am familiar with them.
Example | Narrative Language in Middle School Resource Setting
I am working with two middle school students that have mild intellectual disabilities. They are both working on “textual problem-solving.”
Example | Learning Disability in Resource Setting
I see three of my middle schoolers with learning disabilities in the resource room. These students are doing a lot of work in the literacy and narrative language domains.
Example | Tiered Reading Intervention in Classroom Setting
I frequently visit the 2nd-grade reading teacher’s class. A few of my students are in tiered intervention for reading. There is a station set up for me to work with two students at a time.