Reading for Life Online Course (PD341)
- Literacy professionals
Together we will:
- Look at the definition and underlying processes involved in literacy development
- Thoroughly define and explore examples of the Big Six of reading (oral language, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension)
- Discover the story of the Reading Wars and who the major players in this space are
- See what it really means to be dyslexic
- Explore a treasure trove of practical tools to boost reading and writing
This 6 hour online course is designed to be accessible, understandable and practical. It is filled with take-home messages of positivity and usefulness, and reveals a wealth of resources worldwide to suit all levels of inquiry into this topic.
- Printed manual
- Downloadable materials
- Extensive “how to” video footage
This page will answer some FAQ about our online courses.
IMPORTANT NOTE ON COURSE ACCESS
Course access is for three months (or 12 for school groups). If you find that you need to extend your access, you can purchase extensions, month by month, for AUD$20 using this link.
If Paying by Invoice
Please choose the invoice option and we will send you an invoice. To ensure your place, you will have seven days from invoice date to pay.
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