UNC Greensboro trusts Lexercise to train their speech language pathologists.
Learn how Lexercise Course 1 is used to train masters students in speech language pathology at UNC Greensboro here.
This 30-hour course is a detailed tour of the interwoven, micro-structure of English, from speech to print. Participants will learn how to apply linguistic analysis in five language domains:
This 30-hour course is designed as an introduction to the knowledge and skills needed to apply a structured literacy (a.k.a. structured language or Orton-Gillingham) approach to intervention with students who have language processing weaknesses. Participants will learn a variety of structured literacy principles and instructional routines and will have opportunities to practice their application.
This course is a 13-week clinical practicum for professionals who need experience working with students in a clinical setting. You will be trained working with three clients for a total of 88 hours of hands-on structured literacy teletherapy experience.
Lexercise professional education courses are accredited by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA), having undergone a comprehensive review of curriculum, practicum, and faculty qualifications in order to determine programs’ readiness to prepare educators according to the Knowledge and Practice Standards (KPS) for Teachers of Reading, including the principles and practices of Structured Literacy. Read more here.
The Lexercise certification program for Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist is approved by the Center for Effective Reading Instruction (CERI). An independent 501 (c) (6) organization founded by the International Dyslexia Association, CERI seeks to further evidence-based approaches to reading and learning so that all students acquire the highest levels of literacy and thrive. Read more here.