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Suzanne Knoelk MS, CALP
Using Multi-Sensory Techniques to
Reach Struggling Readers

Meet Sue Knoelk....... Passionate educator, well versed Reading Specialist, and all around children's reading champion. Sue loves what she does on a daily basis. 
"As a classroom teacher, I was puzzled why some students struggled so much trying to apply phonics skills in their reading and spelling and why after dedicated instruction and practice, these students still were not fluent" ...............more
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An Introduction to Everything Dyslexia   closed

This course is where you should start if you're looking for general information on dyslexia related topics such as what it is and isn't, characteristics at different ages, diagnosis, assessments and effective instruction for children who struggle with reading and spelling, and the social-emotional aspects of dyslexia.

This is where you'll discover why instruction for these students needs to be different!

What Works for Dyslexia: Multi-sensory Structured Language Teaching Strategies  closed

This course is all about what research shows is the most effective instruction for students with dyslexia and other reading difficulties. Videos in this course will allow you to see the multi-sensory structured language teaching strategies in a wide variety of settings and with various ages of students. You don't have to be an expert in teaching or literacy!

 You'll finish this course with strategies you can use right away - whether you teach at home or at school.

The Ultimate Field Guide for Parents and Educators: Making Sense of How the English Language Works  closed

You may not have been taught how the English language works when you were in school. If not, we already have something in common! But since you can't teach what you don't know, this is the course for you if you want to help "break the code" of our language to help children be better readers and writers. 

Join this class to become a "word nerd!"