SLANT System® Introductory Course
Livestream via ZOOM
DATES for 2022
Option 1: January, 2022
Tuesday & Wednesday for two weeks
January 11, 12, 18, 19
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM CDT
Option 2: May, 2022
Tuesdays for four weeks
May 3, 10, 17, 24
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM CDT
Option 3: June, 2022
June 14, 15, 16, 17
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM CDT
Option 4: August, 2022
August 8, 9, 10
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM CDT
Register early, space is limited!
If you are a school district or organization registering multiple people and/or you need to pay by purchase order, please send an email to email@example.com.
About the SLANT System® Introductory Course
Certification in the SLANT System® for Structured Literacy begins with a 25-hour introductory course that presents an overview of the SLANT System®, delivered over multiple days covering:
• The definition of dyslexia
• Current research in effective reading approaches,
• The brain and dyslexia
• Diagnostic assessment procedures
• The scope and sequence of the SLANT System®
• The content of a typical lesson
• Characteristics of students for whom SLANT® is appropriate
• Systematic introduction to language structure
Participants develop an overall understanding and assessment of dyslexia, an understanding of the SLANT System®, learn how to prepare a typical lesson, and gain insight into language structure.
Participants will receive necessary materials, included with their training, to support their instruction with their students for immediate implementation.
The introductory course is a prerequisite for full certification in the SLANT System®.
The SLANT System® provides a year long, in-depth training supervised one-to-one practicum process which can lead to certification in the use of the system. SLANT® certified teachers have demonstrated their ability to use the system with fidelity and have completed 45 hours of coursework in structured literacy instruction. For more information regarding certification click here.
Graduate credit hours are available for both the SLANT System® Introductory Course (2 credit hours) as well as the Practicum Seminars (4 credit hours). If a participant opts to receive the graduate credit, they will be billed through and receive a transcript from Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois.
For Illinois teachers, CPDUs are provided to all participants in the introductory and practicum at no additional cost.