Read3 Training (SLP Block 2, 2023)

Welcome to Read3 User Training for Speech Pathologists!

This page supports training conducted March/April 2023. 

 

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Training Wrap Up

Thanks for joining us for our special SLP User Training. We hope you found the sessions informative and are ready to leap in and start administering the Read3 learning system with your clients.

Your feedback is invaluable so spare a few minutes to complete the training evaluation (link above) for us. Training online has its challenges so the more we can glean from you guys on how to streamline delivery of information (and ensure we don't bamboozle everyone) the better. 😊

We are still waiting on Chunk Check demonstrations from a few of you. It has been a fantastic learning experience for us to see how each of you approach this activity. Please forward your Dropbox/Google/OneDrive link to helen@read3.com.au

Certificate of Completion: Your certificate will be issued following the submission of the Chunk Check demonstration. For those who have been unable to attend any sessions live, we will also touch base to determine which sessions have been completed and your level of understanding prior to issuing of certificates.

Training page access: To ensure you have plenty of time to re-watch content, this page will remain open for another six weeks. Once access to training materials has expired (7 June 2023), this link will no longer be accessible from the 'My Learning' menu. 

Join our Professional Facebook Group: We encourage you to join this page and ask your questions here. That way 'the Read3 collective' can benefit from the topic of discussion. Remember, no question is too small - we learn a lot about how we can improve program design/training and communication from the types of questions asked, so ask away!    

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, please understand you are not alone on this journey. Learning how to best support our most vulnerable young readers takes time and lots of experimentation! If you need assistance, please contact support@read3.com.au

From the whole team at Read3, we thank you again and welcome to our community!

 

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Content Hyperlinks

Click the links below to jump to the session.

Session 1  ||  Session 2  ||  Session 3  ||  Session 4


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Session 4  

Session 4 Preparation  

  Session 4 Participant Workbook 

Session 4 Follow Up

Thanks everyone who was able to join us live. As Robyn said, this is where things get interesting as we start to apply knowledge and intervention methods to real children!

We have created a document of the solutions to all content that was discussed in the session and breakout rooms so you'll have a handy reference guide to pore over as you start to explore your own client's challenges.

   Session 4 Case Study Solutions


Session 4 Replay 

Group discussion following the break out rooms starts at 40 minutes. At 1:12 alternate pathways for implementing Read3 are discussed, in addition to completing M3.1 ahead of M2 for some children, Robyn and Helen discuss why they often complete M1.5 (digraphs) ahead of M1.4 (doubles).

00:00  Welcome & Homework Discussion
01:53  Adjusting Intervention

20:36  Read3 From Theory To Practice
26:00  Starting Intervention
31:20  Case Study 1
40:00  Break Out Room Case Study Discussion
1:06:35  Intervention Goals
1:12:00  Alternate Pathway for Low Risk Clients
 

 

Session 3   

Session 3 Preparation  

  Session 3 Participant Handbook

Session 3 Follow up

Thanks everyone who made it along for the session. In the questions following, the question was raised about which rime endings to review in each session. Check the Chunk Check instructions first and if no specific guidance is provided, use a random selection from any previous step and/or ones you know the child finds more difficult. If you need a central point to remind yourself which chunks are covered in each step, the Chunk Check Record of Mastery page (under Monitoring>Quick Links) is what you are looking for.

Extra Documents Discussed

  Read3 STIKI Quiz Skills Summary
Provides a summary of  skills mastered in each step of the Read3 program. This is a useful document to 'copy and paste' from if you need a quick record of what the child has mastered. If they passed the STIKI Quiz they have mastered this skill! A Google doc version has been included on the page as well to assist with 'copy and paste' 
Location: Monitoring > Quick Links

  Read3 Model of Mastery: Activities By Step
This document outlines the activities that support each component of the model of mastery. Use as is a handy guide to consolidate skills before moving on.
Location: Monitoring > Quick Links

Homework for next week

Please record a video of yourself conducting a Chunk Check and email a share link (Dropbox/GoogleDrive/OneDrive) to helen@read3.com.au along with your scoring (either completed paperwork or scores typed into an email). If you don't currently have a Read3 child, ask your friend/partner/child/neighbour to complete one (making a few errors) so you can practise.

Session 3 Replay


00:00  Homework Review
00:06  Read3 Model of Mastery
00:08  Overview of Monitoring Tools
00:11  Chunk Check
00:27  Assessing Skills with STIKI Quiz
00:35  Build Fluency with 60 Word Stories
00:56  The Learning Hierarchy
01:07  Choosing and Adjusting the Practice Routine
01:17  Homework (Chunk Check)

 

Session 2 

Session 2 Preparation  

 DOWNLOAD   Session 2 Participant Handbook 

Session 2 Follow-Up

Extra Documents 

  DOWNLOAD    About Read3: Flyer For Parents

Provides a brief overview of how Read3 works and why it is different. Feel free to share with your families as part of your onboarding process. 

Remember, the special pricing for Family Access is not available in the 'public' store. If they are interested in Family Access you will need to send them the product link directly. Copy and paste the relevant URL link from the page 'Buy Family Access (Parent Pays)' located under the 'Family Access' tab. They can also clink the link on the flyer if starting at Module 1 Step 1. 

Homework for next week

For some light viewing this week, we encourage you to watch the interview with SLP Lauren Clarke discussing her approach to parent capacity building. Jump to 33:00 if you're pressed for time.

  WATCH     SLP Lauren Clark: Parent Capacity Building

 Session 2 Replay 


00:03  Preparing, printing and storing resources

00:08  Signposting and colour coding
00:12  The Read3 Routine
00:20  Session Planning
00:22  Supporting Parents
00:34  Telehealth Made Easy
00:42  Getting Started with Read3 Module 1 (routine/games)
01:10  Overview of Module 2 
01:17  Homework + Parent Capacity Building
01:20  Questions 

 

Session 1

Session 1 Preparation

There is no pre-reading required for Session 1.  

 DOWNLOAD  : Session 1 Participant Handbook 

Session 1 Follow-Up

Thanks for joining us. We know it was a lot of information, but it's important we get you all up to speed on the theory before we leap into the program.

A replay with rough timestamps is available below. You may need to re-watch at half speed! 🤣 

Homework for next week

Read the following article: 
Identifying and Teaching Students with Significant Reading Problems by Sharon Vaughn and Jack M. Fletcher

Test your Website Navigation Skills.pdf
A short quiz to help you navigate the Read3 website 

Watch the Module 1 Introduction video.
Try the Nonsense Names activity with one client.
Explore the other Introduction activities. 
To access content click: 'Read3 Modules' > Module 1 (Foundation) > Module 1 Introduction

Session Replay 

 

00:06  Why Read3?
00:15  The Models that Guide Read3
00:21  Reading and the Brain
00:32  What is Read3 &  Who is it for?
00:42  How do I find Read3 kids? (screening)
00:55  Reviewing client profiles
00:57  How Read is different (+ key strategies)
01:10  Read3 Scope & Sequence
01:13  A simple starting process
01:15  Some FAQs (NDIS + school integration)
01:18: Homework