Multisensory Structured Language Education
The State Department of Education (SDE), Special Education Services, and the Alabama Reading Initiative are pleased to offer a multisensory structured language education (MSLE) training course for 40 certified teachers in our state. The Shelton School in Dallas, Texas, will provide the two-year training course. Participants are trained in the use of a multisensory structured language program for students with specific language disabilities, such as dyslexia and related disorders. The course addresses the specific written language skills of reading, spelling and writing.
On April 13, 2012, Ms. Nancy Coffman, a trainer from the Shelton School, conducted an informational session on the training and implementation of this multisensory approach. The recorded session will soon be available below for those who were unable to attend.
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