DISTANCE COURSES - How to Understand & Teach Dyslexics
Dyslexia Victoria Online trains teachers, tutors and parents how to assess right-brained students for dyslexic symptoms and how to teach the methods and skills these students need in order to learn. We explain how to discover a dyslexic student's strongest learning sense and how to evaluate the degree of severity of their learning problems.
To accomplish these goals, Dyslexia Victoria Online offers two distance education training courses for which a trainee will receive a certificate upon completion of an open-book examination that prepares them for assessing and/or teaching dyslexic students. Our courses and books cover all aspects of dyslexia with an emphasis on the learning problems, their causes and solutions.
Note: We are not connected to any college or university. Our courses are based on over 25 years of gathering information from world wide researchers and experts working in the field of Dyslexia and our assessing and tutoring Dyslexic children and adults.
HOW TO SIGN UP FOR A COURSE When you have decided which course you would like to enroll in please add it to your shopping cart in the Webstore and proceed to checkout. Once your purchase is complete then come back to the "Distance Learning Page" for the course and go to the form you will find at the end of each course description. Fill it out and click "Submit Form". You will then receive your course materials through general mail.
Any questions please contact us at: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-655-3034 and ask for Karen Hope.
Teaches the learning differences, teaching methods and accommodations for the right brain dominant learner.
The course text How the Right Brain Thinks is accompanied by a comprehensive workbook called How the Right Brain Learns an introductory book to dyslexia entitled Dyslexia Or Being Right-brained and a spelling book Teaching the Dyslexic Student: Spelling and Language Arts, The Study of the English Language, The Study of English Literature, teaching aids & handouts.
Provides a thorough study of the problems relating to Dyslexia, how to assess and evaluate them, and how to report your results and teaching suggestions to parents and Dyslexic student's teachers.
The course text Assessments and Evaluations is accompanied by five of our reference books, Dyslexia Or Being Right-brained, Teaching the Dyslexic Student: Spelling and Language Arts, How the Right Brain Learns, The Study of the English Language The Study of English Literature & a packet of teaching aids & handouts.
HOW THE RIGHT BRAIN THINKS & LEARNS
HOW TO ASSESS AND EVALUATE THE DYSLEXIC STUDENT
This double course offers all the materials of the first two courses except there is one copy of the books mentioned that are in both courses.