Learn how to effectively educate and support K-12 students with reading difficulties and disabilities, including dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.
This online, 9-credit hour program explores the latest scientific research in reading and literacy, including best practices for the identification, assessment, and intervention of reading difficulties and disabilities. It is intended for:
- Teachers, administrators, school psychologists, and other school-based professionals (e.g., speech-language pathologists, literacy coaches, reading specialists)
- IU graduate students in initial licensure, license addition, or degree-granting programs (e.g., M.S.Ed., Ed.S., Ed.D., Ph.D.)
This program is an Approved Dyslexia Training Program as certified by the Indiana Department of Education (DOE). Indiana teachers can also apply these courses to their Professional Growth Plans (PGPs) for license renewal.
Important note: This graduate certificate does not lead to initial teacher licensure.