Helping Beginning & Struggling Readers - Free Workshop
Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

Helping Beginning & Struggling Readers - Free Workshop

This workshop is designed to offer support and meaningful instruction for parents, educators and tutors working with pre-readers, beginning and struggling readers, as well as those diagnosed with dyslexia or Specific Learning Disability (SLD).

Learn the code that builds the English language & offers a map for emerging readers to unlock the written word. This session uses our Helpful Hints for Reading manual to explore letter sounds, the 6 syllable types (with an emphasis on Open, Closed & -VCe) and the three most common dividing patterns (V.CV, VC.V and VC.CV).

Dyslexia Simulation: Experience what it feels like to be a struggling reader. Learn the basics of multi-sensory education, why this approach is useful for all students and a must for dyslexic learners.

Free Workshop - Donations Welcome -Manual available for purchase.
Registration Open Soon.

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Helping Beginning & Struggling Readers - Free Workshop
Dec
15
9:00 AM09:00

Helping Beginning & Struggling Readers - Free Workshop

This workshop is designed to offer support and meaningful instruction for parents, educators and tutors working with pre-readers, beginning and struggling readers, as well as those diagnosed with dyslexia or Specific Learning Disability (SLD).

Learn the code that builds the English language & offers a map for emerging readers to unlock the written word. This session uses our Helpful Hints for Reading manual to explore letter sounds, the 6 syllable types (with an emphasis on Open, Closed & -VCe) and the three most common dividing patterns (V.CV, VC.V and VC.CV).

Dyslexia Simulation: Experience what it feels like to be a struggling reader. Learn the basics of multi-sensory education, why this approach is useful for all students and a must for dyslexic learners.

Free Workshop - Donations Welcome - Manual available for purchase.
Registration Open Soon.

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Helping Beginning & Struggling Readers - FREE Workshop
Jun
16
9:00 AM09:00

Helping Beginning & Struggling Readers - FREE Workshop

This workshop is designed to offer support and meaningful instruction for parents, educators and tutors working with pre-readers, beginning and struggling readers, as well as those diagnosed with dyslexia or Specific Learning Disability (SLD).

Learn the code that builds the English language & offers a map for emerging readers to unlock the written word. This session uses our Helpful Hints for Reading manual to explore letter sounds, the 6 syllable types (with an emphasis on Open, Closed & -VCe) and the three most common dividing patterns (V.CV, VC.V and VC.CV).

Dyslexia Simulation: Experience what it feels like to be a struggling reader. Learn the basics of multi-sensory education, why this approach is useful for all students and a must for dyslexic learners.


Free Workshop - Donations Welcomed -Manual available for purchase.
Click Here to Register

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Midlands Gives
May
1
12:01 AM00:01

Midlands Gives

  • Tutor Eau Claire Dyslexia Resource Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Be part of the giving!  Join Tutor Eau Claire for an amazing 5th annual day of giving!

Midlands Gives is a 24-hour online giving event that brings the region together as one community, raising money and awareness for local nonprofits in 11 Midlands counties. During Midlands Gives, contributions of just $20 or more are amplified through sponsored prize incentives. Since its inception in 2014 the event has raised over $5.5 million for local nonprofits.

  Join us by scheduling YOUR gift at www.midlandsgives.org/tutoreauclaire anytime between now and May 1st. 

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Augustine Literacy Project Interest Meeting
Apr
9
12:00 PM12:00

Augustine Literacy Project Interest Meeting

Augustine Literacy Project® of the Triangle       

 Tutor One Child ~ Change Two Lives

·        Since 1994, the mission of the Augustine Literacy Project® (ALP) has been to improve the reading, writing and spelling abilities of low-income children and teens who struggle with literacy skills.  The Project trains and supports volunteer tutors who provide free, long-term, 1-on-1 instruction using the evidence-based Orton-Gillingham  approach.  

·       A presentation about Augustine training and tutoring will be held at the Richland Library on Monday, April 9th at 12:00pm.  Invite a friend & join us!  All are welcome.

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Helpful Hints for Reading Workshop
Mar
17
9:00 AM09:00

Helpful Hints for Reading Workshop

Give your child a solid foundation for reading readiness! Help a student struggling to learn to read!
This workshop is designed to offer support and meaningful instruction for parents, educators and tutors working with pre-readers, beginning and struggling readers, as well as those diagnosed with dyslexia or Specific Learning Disability (SLD).

*All attendees receive a copy of the Helpful Hints for Reading manual

Introduction to ‘Helpful Hints for Reading’: Learn the code that builds the English language & offers a map for emerging readers to unlock the written word. This session uses our Helpful Hints for Reading manual to explore letter sounds, the 6 syllable types (with an emphasis on Open, Closed & -VCe) and the three most common dividing patterns (V.CV, VC.V and VC.CV).
Dyslexia Simulation: Experience what it feels like to be a struggling reader. Learn the basics of multi-sensory education, why this approach is useful for all students and a must for dyslexic learners.
Free Workshop - Manual available for purchase.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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Helpful Hints for Reading Workshop
Dec
16
9:00 AM09:00

Helpful Hints for Reading Workshop

Give your child a solid foundation for reading readiness! Help a student struggling to learn to read!
This workshop is designed to offer support and meaningful instruction for parents, educators and tutors working with pre-readers, beginning and struggling readers, as well as those diagnosed with dyslexia or Specific Learning Disability (SLD).

*All attendees receive a copy of the Helpful Hints for Reading manual

Introduction to ‘Helpful Hints for Reading’: Learn the code that builds the English language & offers a map for emerging readers to unlock the written word. This session uses our Helpful Hints for Reading manual to explore letter sounds, the 6 syllable types (with an emphasis on Open, Closed & -VCe) and the three most common dividing patterns (V.CV, VC.V and VC.CV).
Dyslexia Simulation: Experience what it feels like to be a struggling reader. Learn the basics of multi-sensory education, why this approach is useful for all students and a must for dyslexic learners.
Free Workshop - Manual available for purchase.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/helpful-hints-workshop-tickets-39558342066

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Reading Readiness Workshop with Beth Moore, Fellow/AOGPE
Oct
14
8:30 AM08:30

Reading Readiness Workshop with Beth Moore, Fellow/AOGPE

  • Tutor Eau Claire Reading & Dyslexia Resource Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

$125 included Readiness for Reading ($85 value) and lunch.

Beth Moore, Fellow/AOGPE will conduct a full day workshop teaching on Reading Readiness for PreK - 1st grade using a Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic approach.  

Spaces limited. Register today!

To register email us at tutorec.info@gmail.com.

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Helpful Hints for Reading Workshop
Sep
16
9:00 AM09:00

Helpful Hints for Reading Workshop

Give your child a solid foundation for reading readiness! Help a student struggling to learn to read!
This workshop is designed to offer support and meaningful instruction for parents, educators and tutors working with pre-readers, beginning and struggling readers, as well as those diagnosed with dyslexia or Specific Learning Disability (SLD).

*All attendees receive a copy of the Helpful Hints for Reading manual

Introduction to ‘Helpful Hints for Reading’: Learn the code that builds the English language & offers a map for emerging readers to unlock the written word. This session uses our Helpful Hints for Reading manual to explore letter sounds, the 6 syllable types (with an emphasis on Open, Closed & -VCe) and the three most common dividing patterns (V.CV, VC.V and VC.CV).
Dyslexia Simulation: Experience what it feels like to be a struggling reader. Learn the basics of multi-sensory education, why this approach is useful for all students and a must for dyslexic learners.
FREE Workshop - Manual available for purchase.
Please reserve your space by email to tutorec.info@gmail.com

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