Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  • types of learning disabilities and their symptoms.
  • who can diagnose LDs and/or AD/HD.
  • what Response to Intervention (RTI) is and the role it plays in working with students with learning disabilities.
  • accommodations and modifications available for the LD student.


  • how learning disabilities are diagnosed.
  • how and why Response to Intervention helps students with learning disabilities succeed academically.
  • how the special education process works to protect the rights of students with special learning needs.

and Be Able To

  • assist in the identification of learning disabilities.
  • use Response to Intervention as a pre-referral intervention.
  • apply modifications, accommodations, and strategies for students with learning disabilities into their daily lessons, classroom management systems, etc.
  • assist parents with information regarding strategies that could be used at home with their learning disabled child.

and much, much more!

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