Virtual Tutor/Teacher Training: Reading Error Patterns

If you attended the Florida Literacy Conference this past May, you’ll probably recognize the name Betsy Stoutmorrill.

During Conference, Dr. Stoutmorrill presented a very popular session entitled “Reading: Science of the Brain Meets Art of the Mind.”  The session highlighted how learning to read requires the (science) brain’s capacity to decode and link symbols to sounds and the (art) mind’s facility to comprehend the meaning of print.

In just over 3 weeks, on Sept. 22, Dr. Stoutmorrill will virtually present a training on identifying and solving reading error patterns.  She will provide tutors and teachers with a system for identifying and analyzing oral reading/decoding errors students make.

Tutors and teachers can effectively address common error patterns through a process of listening, marking and discussing errors made by students who read a brief 100-150 word passage.

Participants will receive:

1) a list of the 10 most common reading errors

2) sample passages that can be utilized as a guide for selecting appropriate material from a wide range of reading resources

Interested?  Click here for registration and participation information.

Dr. Betsy Stoutmorrill is Vice President of Enrollment and Outreach for Beacon College in Leesburg, Fla.  Since 1989, Stoutmorrill has been in the field of adult education focusing on reading and learning disabilities.

More trainings are on the horizon & you can read summaries from two prior tutor/teacher trainings on this blog!

  1. Effective Vocabulary Instruction for Struggling Readers
  2. Strategic Reading Instruction to Improve Comprehension of Struggling Readers
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