Cape Cod Educator Seminars

Join us in Hyannis, Massachusetts, for several dynamic seminars for educators - Monday July 29th & Tuesday July 30th, 2019.

This year’s Cape Cod Seminars will offer several two-day seminars in Hyannis, MA, that help educators hone their teaching skills. Course offerings are practical, evidence-based, and designed and delivered by teachers, for teachers. Outreach’s two-day seminars target a specific approach to supporting learners in the classroom, and provide participants with handouts they can use or adapt for their students.

There is no specific deadline to register – courses are open until they reach capacity.

The 2019 Cape Cod Seminars will be held on Monday July 29th & Tuesday July 30th.

Written Expression: Vocabulary, Sentence, and Paragraph Strategies

Participants will learn strategies for helping students put their thoughts into writing. Specifically, methods for developing thematic units and vocabulary, simple and complex sentences, and strategies for single- and multi-paragraph compositions will all be discussed…

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Reading Fluency: From Words to Passages

This course presents a discussion and analysis of reading fluency and the components which comprise it. Skills that help build automaticity at the word level, improve accuracy, and develop prosody (phrasing and expression) of connected text will be discussed…

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Dyslexia in the Classroom

This seminar is designed to target educators of all grade levels and will provide participants with an overview of dyslexia. The course will begin with an in-depth examination of the definition of dyslexia and how that definition can help educators understand the latest research, the manifestations in the classroom, and the importance of early identification…

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Instructional Strategies for Assisting Students with Language-Based Learning Disabilities

Designed to enhance direct, explicit instruction of students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD), this two-day seminar introduces a selection of specific LBLD teaching strategies and materials to help young people gain success in school…

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Math Strategies for Students with Language-Based Learning Disabilities, Including Dyscalculia

** This 1-day workshop has replaced a previously advertised 2-day course **

This seminar will provide an overview of language-based learning disabilities, including dyscalculia, as well as a selection of specific instructional strategies that support students in an Algebra I classroom…

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(BLENDED) Supporting Students' Reading: Phonemic Awareness to Comprehension

This blended course will meet in Cape Cod on Monday, July 29 and be followed by six weeks of online instruction.

Educators will be provided with an understanding of the components of reading development, which include phonemic awareness, phonics, decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension…

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(BLENDED) Executive Function: Impact on Academic Proficiency

This blended course will meet in Cape Cod on Tuesday, July 30 and be followed by six weeks of online instruction.

This course provides educators with an overview of the components of executive function. It covers the impacts of having both a language-based learning disability (LBLD) and executive function deficits, as well as practical instructional strategies to support students…

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These seminars have been made possible by the generosity of the Bilezikian Family Foundation since 2010

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