WEBINAR: August 13, 2022
So Many Words, So Little Time: Teaching Vocabulary Efficiently
Presented by Jennifer Hasser, M.Ed.
Phonics, phonological awareness, morphology, high-frequency words, etymology, spelling…How do we choose what to teach? How do we find the time?
Teachers are always racing against the clock, trying to provide students with the tools they need to become successful readers and writers. During this presentation, you will discover how to teach more efficiently by layering phonology, morphology, and other critical skills into your instruction regardless of grade. Literacy expert Jennifer Hasser, M.Ed., will provide participants with time-saving strategies for building vocabulary and spelling capacity. Attendees will have fun while learning engaging activities that make every second count!
WEBINAR: September 10, 2022
The Impact of Stress on Learning, Emotions and Behavior in Kids with Dyslexia, ADHD and other special needs. What do we know; What to DO?
Presented by Jerome Shultz, Ph.D.
Because of their neurocognitive and emotional vulnerabilities, children and adolescents with Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD are particularly at risk for stress-related disorders and reactions. Neuroscience explains the problem and gives us the knowledge we need to turn this situation around. Dr. Schultz will present research, clinical observations, case studies and anecdotal evidence to explain why children and adolescents with LD and/or ADHD (and other special needs) have a lower threshold for stress due to their repeated experiences with failure.
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