A Teacher’s Guide to Reading Science

This course was designed for educators who want to know about Reading Science.

In less than 10 hours you will learn about:
·       How people learn to read
·       The 5 essential skills we need our students to develop to become confident readers
·       Gives you the activities you need to work on these skills
·       Demonstrations on how to use these activities
The information covered in this course is based on current best practices for reading instruction for every reader!
We at Garforth Education know how stressful and expensive professional development can be so we would like to off you the following Bonus when you purchase A Teacher’s Guide to Reading Science! 

Bonus: 5 Essential Components of Reading: A Skill Development Activity Guide
When you purchase “A Teacher’s Guide to Reading Science”, we will send you a copy of “5 Essential Components of Reading: A Skill Development Activity Guide”. This eBook is meant to supplement the course. It has additional activities and information about additional ways you can help your students with the 5 Essential Components of reading. As an added bonus, we have embedded links to videos of how to use these materials in your own classroom.
eBook Real Value: $49 to $97


Intro to Reading Science

  • Introduction
  • History of Reading
  • Development of Reading
  • Simple View of Reading and Scarborough’s Reading Rope
  • Reading Science
  • Exit / Overview

Phonological Awareness

  • Introduction to Phonological Awareness
  • What is Phonological Awareness and Why is it Important?
  • Developmental Progression and PA Tower
  • Word, Syllable & On-Set
  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Exit / Overview


  •  Introduction to Phonics
  • What is Phonics ad Why is it Important
  • Developmental Progression
  • Basic Phonics
  • Advanced Phonics
  • Exit / Overview


  •  Introduction to Vocabulary
  • Development of Vocabulary
  • 3 types of Vocabulary
  • Vocabulary Instruction
  • Morphological Instruction
  • Exit / Overview

Reading Comprehension

  •  Introduction
  • How are they Different?
  • Creating good Goals and Objectives
  • What do they mean for my child?
  • How many
  • Exit / Overview


  •  Introduction to Fluency
  • Advocacy & Self Advocacy
  • Transition Plan
  • Mainstreaming VS Special Education
  • Least Restrictive Environment
  • Inclusion VS Integration

Bringing it together

  •  Introduction
  • What to expect
  • Who will be there
  • IEP Binder
  • Who should you take
  • IEP Meeting Bag

This course provided easily understood explanations of Psych-Ed terminology and how to translate data from reports to practical strategies to assist the student with their learning journey.

CATT – OG Practitioner Associate

This course is ideal for educators seeking more information about Psych-Eds and the IEP process. It will provide them with a solid foundation of knowledge, practical strategies to support their students, and tools to assist parents to better advocate for their child’s needs during IEP meetings.

Structured Literacy Interventionist

You will learn much more than what is listed in the course outline. The instructor is extremely knowledgeable and approachable. She is “on the pulse” of all things relating to learning differences…plus she has lived it…all sides of it. In my opinion, experience is king. If this is your career path you need to know Dr. G.

About the Business

Garforth Education welcomes clients of all ages and with different academic needs including learning disorders, ADHD, Autism Spectrum, and low incidence special needs.

At Garforth Education, we believe that everybody has a unique learning profile with different strengths and challenges. When considering this profile to design a personalized education plan, it is possible to find a pathway to success at any age.

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Located in Richmond BC
Servicing British Columbia, Canada, & beyond!

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