Teaching At-Risk & Struggling Children to Learn to Read

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Before you take this quiz,

what do you recall about how you learned to read?

What do you know about how we learn to read?

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Why don't most of us remember accurately how we learned to read?


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Professional Development

Reading Matters to Maine's Conversations about Reading are available as free, professional development modules.  Each module includes a study guide and a mastery quiz. Learn more


The Children's Dyslexia Center of Portland is now accepting applications for their free 2017 training class in the Orton-Gillingham approach to teaching reading. The year-long program includes 50 hours of seminar and a minimum 100-hour supervised practicum. CEUs and graduate credit are available. Call the Center for more information and an application: 207-773-4919.

News & Updates

Recently released: Language at the Speed of Sight: How We Read, Why So Many Can't, and What Can Be Done About It? by Mark Seidenberg, Ph.D. (Basic Books, 2017) A must-read for everyone concerned about at-risk and struggling readers!

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