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Utilizing the Sequential English Education (SEE) Curriculum

The SEE Program method utilizes structured, multisensory language instruction for teaching phonological awareness / reading decoding / reading comprehension / reading fluency / spelling / morphology / handwriting / written expression / grammar and auditory discrimination & memory. 

SEE is designed for learners ages 5 to adults diagnosed with dyslexia or at-risk for dyslexia. The program also supports emerging learners and/or learners who are struggling to read, write and spell. For those who teach in a Montessori classroom, SEE blends easily in the Montessori methods. The SEE Program meets Texas House Bill 3298 requirements for an Evidenced-Based Dyslexia Program.

Virtual and in-person courses are offered. In-person trainings are conducted at the Shelton School, Dallas, Texas (map)

Specifically designed for Certified Academic Language Therapists* and provides 30 CE credits

  • Utilizing SEE
    • February 29-March 2, April 4-6, 2024 - Virtual Training (8:30 am to 4:30 pm CST)
      • Registration Closes: February 15, 2024

Course Fee: $1,000
Materials are provided for in-class use during the training. Materials are then available through an ordering link for attendee purchase for continued professional use. These training materials are $850 plus shipping.

This five-day workshop for CALTs will outline the SEE curriculum and provide abundant practice time. Access to videos of therapists utilizing the curriculum will be available to CALTs who complete the workshop. SEE was written by Dr. Joyce S. Pickering, based on the work of Dr. Charles Shedd.

Instructor: Joyce S. Pickering, SLP/CCC, CALT, QI, LDT  AMS-EC & Danyle Duke, CALT-ICALP, LDT

* Must be a Certified Academic Language Therapist to enroll.