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Earn 3 NASP CPDs Upon Course Participation

Educator Learning Lab is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists to offer professional development for school psychologists. Educator Learning Lab maintains responsibility for the program.
Earn NASP CPDs!

Online, Self-Guided Training for School Psychologists

This course will familiarize school psychologists with the critical aspects of effectively providing services to students with dyslexia including assessing, diagnosing, and consulting on best practices for the intervention of reading difficulties due to dyslexia.

  • NASP Approved!

    Earn 3 NASP CPDs with course completion and certificate of participation

  • State Compliance

    Stay apprised of state dyslexia laws and learn how to screen and support students with reading difficulties before, during, and after the IEP process

  • Online and On-demand

    Take courses online and on your own timeline

Course curriculum

What They're Saying...

Course Reviews

  • Great Resource for Practitioner

    Qingqing Xia

    If you have a struggling student with dyslexia, I would recommend this class. I am very impressed with the amount of resources provided in the course and how comprehensive this course covers the topic of dyslexia. As a school psychology graduate s...

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    If you have a struggling student with dyslexia, I would recommend this class. I am very impressed with the amount of resources provided in the course and how comprehensive this course covers the topic of dyslexia. As a school psychology graduate student, I found these information very helpful.

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  • Helpful Course

    Kelsey Ross

    This course helped me better understand the neurological basis of dyslexia and the diagnostic/classification criteria under IDEIA and the DSM-5. It also provided a list of assessments school psychologists can use when evaluating a student for dysl...

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    This course helped me better understand the neurological basis of dyslexia and the diagnostic/classification criteria under IDEIA and the DSM-5. It also provided a list of assessments school psychologists can use when evaluating a student for dyslexia. The videos and language were easy to understand, and a learning guide was provided for me to take notes. I enjoyed this course and found it helpful for understanding dyslexia.

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  • I felt the title described the information presented in the course.

    Brandy Babida

    I felt the information presented was relevant to school psychologists. In addition, I appreciated the corresponding study guide that was provided to take notes.

    I felt the information presented was relevant to school psychologists. In addition, I appreciated the corresponding study guide that was provided to take notes.

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  • Informative and concise.

    Kim Story

  • Serving Students with Dyslexia

    Katharine Gindin

    The course covers a range of relevant topics using an organized, easily digestible format.

    The course covers a range of relevant topics using an organized, easily digestible format.

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  • Review of Serving Students with Dyslexia for School Psychologists

    Shelby Samuel

  • good intro course

    Vaishalee Wilson

    good concise information regarding identification and assessment of dyslexia, we well as information related to IDEA and eligibility

    good concise information regarding identification and assessment of dyslexia, we well as information related to IDEA and eligibility

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  • Serving Students with Dyslexia for School Psychologists

    Kristin Streich

    Very thorough introduction to dyslexia with resources to gain more in-depth information.

    Very thorough introduction to dyslexia with resources to gain more in-depth information.

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