Neuhaus Structured Literacy Modules

August 10, 2023 3:21 pm

The Neuhaus Structured Literacy Modules are a set of 15 modules that discuss the components of evidence-based structured literacy instruction. The modules provide an in-depth explanation of the ways research grounded in the science of reading informs structured literacy, why the components of structured literacy are necessary for developing skilled readers, and how these components can be practically applied during direct instruction.


  • Undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in education as part of their school coursework;
  • Administrators or school leaders that need to build background knowledge on the topic
  • Those preparing to take a reading certification exam; and
  • Any educator needing to build background knowledge on the topic.


  • To provide sustained, robust professional development that creates a depth of knowledge around literacy instruction based on the science of reading
  • To craft expertise around the pedagogical skills necessary to implement high-quality instruction, and
  • To provide the knowledge needed to make the sophisticated instructional decisions necessary to provide differentiated, high-quality teaching and learning.


13 hours