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Sequential English Education (SEE)

This reading program is taught at the Shelton School in Dallas, Texas. (map) For those who teach in a Montessori classroom, SEE blends easily into the Montessori methods.


Teaching Level Certification Coursework

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Registrations handled by Shelton School, for questions please contact Danyle Duke.

Coursework and Practicum – $2700 
Courses and practicum for teaching level certification are listed below. 

Materials: $600 - All student and teachers' manuals needed to implement the program are included.

Course Description: SEE is a specific language series (reading, writing & spelling) program for students with specific language disabilities, dyslexia and related disorders. The Teaching Level consists of 80 hours of coursework in this alphabetic, phonetic, structural and linguistic approach. Upon successful completion of this course, participants with a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution will be qualified to sit for the ALTA National Competency Exam and become a Certified Academic Language Practitioner.

Prerequisite: A bachelor's degree is required for Teaching Level certification.

  • Teaching Written Language Skills in a Multisensory Structured Language Approach (EDUC 5340)
    • Option 1: June 10 - 13 & June 17 - 20, 2020 (Distance Learning)
    • Option 2:  September 3, 4, 5 & September 24, 25, 26, 2020 (8:30 am – 5:30 pm)
  • Theory to Practice (EDUC 5352) 
    6 Half Day Saturday Classes (9:00 am - 1:00 pm) - Dates to be determined 
    • September 
    • October
    • November
    • February 
    • March 
    • April 
  • Teaching Level Practicum I (EDUC 6340)
    • Required for certification
    • 5 demonstration lessons (minimum)
    • 60 clinical teaching hours
    • Minimum 9-month period

Therapy Level Certification Coursework

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Registrations handled by Shelton School, for questions please contact Danyle Duke.

Coursework and Practicum – $2700
Courses and practicum for the Therapy Level Certification are listed below. Prior to enrolling in this Therapy Level course, participants must have completed the corresponding Teaching Level course. The coursework and practicum train participants in the therapeutic analysis of written language disorders, and satisfy all requirements for the ALTA National Competency Exam at the Dyslexia Therapist Level. A master’s degree is recommended for Therapy Level Certification by completion of the coursework and practicum. A master’s degree is required in Texas to be a Licensed Dyslexia Therapist.

Materials: $300 - All student and teachers’ manuals needed to implement the program are included.

Course Description: The Therapy Level consists of 45 of the required 245 hrs coursework in this alphabetic, phonetic, structural and linguistic approach. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be qualified to sit for the ALTA National Competency Exam and become a Certified Academic Language Therapist.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of SEE Teaching Level (SEE1)

  • Therapeutic Analysis of Written Language Skills (EDUC 5341)
    June 10 - 12 & June 17 - 19, 2020 (Distance Learning)
  • Diagnosing Learning-Different Children – Referral and Testing (EDUC 5344)
    Participants must have bachelor’s degree. This on-site course will provide an overview of the diagnostic criteria for Mixed Receptive-Expressive Language Disorder, Reading Disorder or dyslexia, and Developmental Coordination Disorder or dysgraphia, the most common learning disabilities, as well as ADHD, one of the most common behavioral difficulties. Participants will be taught the general guidelines for administering some of the psychoeducational tests used to evaluate these difficulties, will practice interpreting testing reports, and will learn what interventions are most appropriate for each disorder. Completion of this course would be part of a degree or licensure/certification plan, but would not qualify the participant to diagnose without further training.
    Course Instructor: Laure Ames, Ph.D.  
    • Option 1: June 1 - 5, 2020 (8:30 am - 5:30 pm) -Via eLearning-Class size limited to 24. Registration closes on May 18.
    • Option 2: July 27 - 31, 2020 (8:30 am - 5:30 pm) - Via distance and eLearning, if necessary.
  • Saturday Seminars 
    Fall 2020 Seminars - 5 Saturdays 8:30pm - 4:30pm - Via distance and eLearning, if necessary.
    Classroom Management of the Learning Different Student (EDUC 5342)

    Spring 2021 Seminars - 5 Saturdays 8:30pm - 4:30pm - Via distance and eLearning, if necessary.
    Classroom Instruction of the Learning Different Student (EDUC 5343)

    The Saturday Seminars are part of the Therapy Level coursework in MTA/SALA and are included in the Therapy Level course fee.
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  • Therapy Level Practicum II (EDUC 6341)
    • Required for certification
    • 10 demonstration lessons (minimum)
    • 700 clinical teaching hours
    • Minimum 2-year period

This course may be taken for graduate level credit as part of the required coursework for the Master of Arts in Teaching through Dallas Baptist University. Get more information about Degree Programs through DBU.