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RDRA, TOC, and Dyslexia Webinar

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Dyslexia Assessment & Webinar Bundle gives practitioners a better understanding of dyslexia and how to assess and screen young children for it.

RDRA Comprehensive Parent and Teacher Kit

R-2001 The Reynolds Dyslexia Risk Assessment Comprehensive Parent and Teacher Kit includes PDF Manual and 100 Online Rating Forms/Reports. The buyer may use any combination of the online rating forms/reports from the four different forms. No printed copies of the forms are necessary when the forms are completed online.

Test of Orthographic Competence Complete Kit

Includes Examiner’s Manual, Picture Book (Ages 6–7); 25 Examiner Record Forms (Ages 6–7); 25 Student Response Booklets (Ages 6–7); 25 Student Response Booklets (Ages 8–12); and 25 Student Response Booklets (Ages 13–17).

Early Identification of Dyslexia - Webinar

Early Identification of Dyslexia

Format: Webinar
Webinar workshop discussion of dyslexia definitions, characteristics, and legislation, including detailed information on orthographic processing, including dyslexia assessment strategies for children.

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RDRA, TOC, and Dyslexia Webinar Bundle

The Reynolds Dyslexia Risk Assessment (RDRA) is a screening measure assessing the risk of having or developing Dyslexia or a related reading disorder. It is not a standalone diagnostic instrument, but rather the RDRA is designed to locate children who require more extensive assessment in reading acquisition and also to indicate children who are progressing appropriately and do not require more intensive attention. The RDRA makes identification programs in reading disability more efficacious and cost-effective.
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The Test of Orthographic Competence (TOC) assesses aspects of the English writing system that are integral to proficient reading and writing. These aspects include letters, spelling, punctuation, abbreviations, and special symbols. The TOC has three age-related forms (6–7 years, 8–12 years, and 13–17 years). Normed on a national representative sample of 1,477 individuals, it yields standard scores and percentiles for both subtests and composites. Classroom teachers, special education teachers, reading specialists, school psychologists, speech pathologists, or any other professionals with some training in standardized test administration can use the TOC
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The Early Identification of Dyslexia webinar begins by discussing dyslexia definitions, characteristics, and legislation, followed by a detailed discussion of orthographic processing. The focus then shifts to assessment strategies and examples of relatively new dyslexia-specific measures. This is followed by recommendations for screening young children for dyslexia and an introduction to a recently released, norm-referenced screener. Case studies are included.
Click on this link for more information on the Early Identification of Dyslexia webinar

Why Bundle the RDRA, TOC, and Dyslexia Webinar?

It will give practitioners a better understanding of dyslexia and how to assess it, especially how to screen for it in young children and how to assess orthographic processing.

Benefits of this Bundle

  • Ability to more effectively screen and assess young children for dyslexia.
  • A better understanding of orthographic processing and how it relates to reading.
  • A better understanding of the characteristics of dyslexia in young children.