School Specialty/EPC Vendor Fair Seminar -Instruction & Intervention: Using SPIRE to Help Your Students Read
29th Annual EPC Educational Vendor Fair
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Wright State University’s Nutter Center
Berry Room 3 9:00 am - 9:45am

Instruction & Intervention: USING TO HELP YOUR STUDENTS
Conducted By Christopher Wright

SPIRE is an Orton-Gillingham based reading intervention program for the lowest level readers and students with Dyslexia or those who show signs of Dyslexia. It includes explicit, teacher-led instruction. The consistent 10-step lessons are systematic and sequentially structured to ensure mastery of concepts and allow for easy implementation. It incorporates multi-sensory learning – auditory, visual and kinesthetic activities keep students engaged. The program includes mastery of concepts – data-driven instruction with continual practice and review which ensures measurable and permanent gains. Available in print, grades PK-8, or digital (iSPIRE), grades 1-6.

Target Group: Classroom Teachers, Intervention Specialists, Administrators, and Curriculum

Certificates will be given to those that attend so you may submit on your own for CEU’s.

You are invited to also attend the EPC Vendor Fair on the 1st floor. Go to the show floor and visit educational vendor booths, sample new items and more. Prize drawings throughout the day. This event and seminar is free. No charge to attend and free parking.

Please park in Lot 9 (around back of Nutter Center) and enter in the McLin Gym Entrance. Please Note: The "reserved" parking spots are for sporting events and they are NOT reserved for this event. You may park anywhere that is not handicapped restricted.

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