Quickly and reliably screen students for language/literacy disorders—including dyslexia

Home » Resource » Quickly and reliably screen students for language/literacy disorders—including dyslexia

Early identification of students who are struggling with language and/or literacy is a key component to improving academic outcomes. Knowing which students require comprehensive assessment and which may be appropriate for less resource intensive RtI services is important. Limited time and financial resources make it important that screening be quick, easy and relatively inexpensive, but it must be valid and reliable. The TILLS SLS will be used to demonstrate screening that can be administered by nearly anyone on the education team and that will gather information from multiple informants for a student’s sound/word and discourse/sentence level language skills across four language modalities—listening, speaking, reading and writing.

View the webinar recording