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Strobel Education On-DEMAND Courses

The Brain and Reading

Why Learning to Read Is Hard and What to Do About It

Complexities of the English Language

Cognitive Load 

Orthographic Mapping

What's in the On-Demand Course?

  • The complexities of the English language.
  • The brain and reading – understanding cognitive load and orthographic mapping.
  • Willingham’s cognitive model and Stanislas Dehaene’s neuronal recycling hypothesis.
  • Readable English, a solution to address the intrinsic problems of learning to read English.

Your Investment

Individual

On-Demand Course Access

$47

Bulk Buying

On-Demand Course Access
Online Course Access for Teams

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A look at The Nation’s Report Card... 

A look at The Nation’s Report Card reveals that there has been no improvement to the low reading rates of our students for the past 30 years, despite increases in special education, Title I, and school improvement grant dollars, technology, and the influx of countless intervention programs. 

This course explores the underlying causes of literacy failure and how understanding the connections between the brain, reading, and the English language will help.

In this on-demand course, you will learn:

  • The complexities of the English language.
  • The brain and reading – understanding cognitive load and orthographic mapping.
  • Willingham’s cognitive model and Stanislas Dehaene’s neuronal recycling hypothesis.
  • Readable English, a solution to address the intrinsic problems of learning to read English.

English is one the most difficult languages
to learn to read.

The Reading Crisis is real. Register today to become a self-proclaimed Literacy Warrior!

Send An Email About This Course to your principal or curriculum director.

Customized Live Coaching Sessions

Add coaching sessions to this on-demand course.  

Schools love these because we can virtually coach teacher teams as they go through the on-demand course so we can support their teachers in their new learning, answer questions, and work towards full implementation.

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