SDE: Dyslexia Webinars for Pre-Service Candidates Connecticut State Department of Education SDE: Dyslexia Webinars for Pre-Service Candidates

Dyslexia Webinars for Pre-Service Candidates


The Connecticut State Department of Education is making available a four-part webinar series to any teacher preparation candidate in a planned program of teacher preparation or faculty members to ensure that candidates receive training on the basic foundational information about dyslexia pursuant to Public Act 15-97:

On and after July 1, 2015, any program of teacher preparation leading to professional certification shall include not fewer than twelve clock hours of instruction in the detection and recognition of, and evidence-based structured literacy interventions for, students with dyslexia, as defined in section 1 of this act.


Completion status reports are posted below for each institution with persons who are either in progress or have completed the webinar series.

 
Institution/Organization
Albertus Magnus
Central CT State University (CCSU) *
Connecticut College
Eastern CT State University (ECSU)
Fairfield University
Mitchell College
Quinnipiac University
Sacred Heart University
Southern CT State University (SCSU) *
University of Bridgeport
University of Connecticut (UCONN)
University of Hartford
University of New Haven
University of Saint Joseph
Western CT State University (WCSU)
Charter Oak State College ECE ARC
OHE Alternate Route to Certification
Teach for America-CT

* Candidates are required to complete a webinar designed and implemented through their own institution.  Completion data is tracked internally by these institutions

Connecticut English Language Proficiency (CELP) Webinar for Pre-Service Candidates

The Connecticut State Department of Education is making available a two-part webinar (45 minutes) to any teacher preparation candidate in a planned program of teacher preparation or faculty members to ensure that candidates receive training on the CELP standards pursuant to C.G.S. Sec. 10-145a (g):

On and after July 1, 2006, any program of teacher preparation leading to professional certification shall include as part of the curriculum, instruction in the concepts of second language learning and second language acquisition and processes that reflects current research and best practices in the field of second language learning and second language acquisition.  Such instruction shall be incorporated into requirements of student major and concentration.


Completion status reports are posted below for each institution with persons who are either in progress or have completed the webinar series.





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