Resources to Support Implementation


Dyslexia Legislation and Policy Information

Reading and Screening

Screen and Intervene Collaborative

National Center for Intensive Intervention, Screening Tools Chart

Southern Region Education Board

Iowa Reading Research Center and University of Iowa College of Education (Grades 6-8)

Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Oregon (DIBELS)

Early (Emergent) Literacy

Center for Early Literacy Learning

Preschool (age 4)

Child Find

Doing What Works Library, WestEd

Teaching Phonological Awareness in Preschool

National Institute for Early Literacy

Early Beginnings: Early Literacy Knowledge and Instruction (Goodson et al. 2009)

National Early Literacy Panel (NELP)

Preschool Literacy Instruction

National Center on Improving Literacy

How We Learn to Read: The Critical Role of Phonological Awareness

Learning About Your Childs Reading Development

Reading Rockets: Phonological and Phonemic Awareness: Introduction

Definitions, Criteria, and Requirements

Selected State Implementation Models for Reading

Arkansas

R.I.S.E. Arkansas: Arkansas Department of Education

Mississippi

Evaluation & Recommendations on Teacher Preparation for Early Literacy Instruction

New Jersey

Multisensory Structured LiteracyGroup Instruction Methodology

Comprehension and Fluency

Dyslexia and Other Reading DisabilitiesAn Overview of Screening, Assessment, Intervention, and Assistive Technology

Oregon

Dyslexia Law: Carrie Thomas Beck, Dyslexia Specialist, Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Dyslexia Legislation Video, Frequently Asked Questions, 2017

Pennsylvania

Screening and Instruction Pilot Data, Year 2, AIR Report, 1/2018

South Carolina

Module 1: What is it and what do we know about it?
Module 2: How do we screen for dyslexia and other reading disorders?
Module 3: EvidenceBased Instruction for Students with Dyslexia

Virginia

Structured Literacy Course for Parents and Educators

Tools to Try

Tools & Resources

Policy Support

Productivity

Apps/Programs

Template: School District Q&A on Dyslexia

Research Access: IDA, Lynda.com (free through library); email author

MailChimp

NationBuilder (Paid)

FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Hootsuite, Sumall...

Checklists for: Screening, Instruction & Accommodations

Teacher Surveys: IA, MN, OR
National Surveys: IDEA

Free Conference Call

Zoom

Skype

HARO: Help a Reporter Out

State Chapters of Decoding Dyslexia

State Handbooks & Policy

Eventbrite

Social Learning: Flipgrid (w/ Immersive Reader)

The Guerrilla Guide for Effective Dyslexia Advocacy: DDNJ

Pockets of Promise

1.       Schools

2.       Districts

3.       States

Doodle Scheduling

Group Messaging: GroupMe

Templates for storytelling at all levels of advocacy

Southern Region Education Board (SREB): Supporting Dyslexia

One Note/One Drive
Google Drive & Suite

Dropbox, Slack, Trello, ToDoist

Blog development

Fact Sheet: Cited Reading & Dyslexia Statistics & Facts

GovTrack

NationBuilder (paid)

BillTrack

Congress.gov

Presentations: Freesound, Images, TubeChop

WordSwag
WordArt.com

Dyslexia Blogs and Websites

IDA Fact Sheets, Perspectives, Annals of Dyslexia

 

Venngage

Canva

PicMonkey

Comparison: Guided Reading & Structured Literacy

SpellTalk Listserv

 

Pechakuchas