This course is for beginners who would like to understand Dyslexia Assessment. The Course is delivered in accessible language and aims to demystify the process of Dyslexia Assessment. It covers the definition of dyslexia and its symptoms and it also comments on Dyslexia Observation and Checklists. It then explains what testing means and the different types of tests as well as the importance and the process of dyslexia assessment. The difference between screening and full evaluation is explained as well as the various components of dyslexia assessment.
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Understanding the Dyslexia Assessment Process & Outcomes
Created by Dr. Gad Elbeheri
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This course contains:
Table of contents
• Checklists and tests related to dyslexia
You will learn
✓ Dyslexia Signs
✓ The Difference between Testing and Assessment
✓ Importance of Dyslexia Assessment
✓ Purpose of Dyslexia Assessment
✓ Components of Dyslexia Assessment
✓ Different Types of Tests
✓ Difference between Screening & Evaluations
✓ Importance of Observation in Dyslexia Assessment
✓ Steps of Dyslexia Assessment
✓ International Dyslexia Support Organizations
This course is for
• Adults with Dyslexia
• Special Educational Needs Coordinators
• Teaching Assistants
• Learning Assistants
• Shadow Teachers
• Parents of students with dyslexia
• Special Needs Teachers
• Social Workers