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Description: (Edited by Clare Talbert, January 2017) When schools work to effect change, the work often falls on the shoulders of a team. Team members need to make sure that their limited meeting time is used effectively, and that there is a process for making certain that tasks are completed. A structured team meeting process offers a way to make meetings more productive.
Description: Laura Beller,M.Ed., Brenda M. Lucus,M.Ed. Region 2&3 TTAC@ Old Dominion University & Nikki Miller,Ed.D Region 4 TTAC@George Mason University The information in this webshop defines comprehension, one of the five essential components of an effective instructional reading program and the strategies that can be useful to all readers.
Description: This set of three webshops explore the definition of phonological processes, assessment, and intervention.
Description: Data collection is an essential part of the evaluation and remediation of speech/language impairments. This series of three webshops discusses different types of data collection and provides free samples of multiple data forms.
Description: This tutorial, second in a series, provides basic information about dysphagia screening in the schools. If you have not done the Part 1 tutorial, please complete Part 1 as it provides the foundation for Part 2. Part 1 is titled, Dysphagia in the Schools: An Introduction for SLPs.
Description: This tutorial, fourth in a series, provides basic information about dysphagia intervention program considerations in the school. If you have not done Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 tutorials, please complete them first, as they provide the foundation for Part 4. Please go back and complete Part 1, Dysphagia in the Schools: An Introduction for SLPs, Part 2 Dysphagia in the Schools: Screening by Speech-Language Pathologista, and Part 3 Dysphagia in the Schools: Case Management by Speech-Language...
Description: This tutorial is the third in a series and provides basic information about dysphagia case management in the schools. If you have not done Part 1 and Part 2 tutorials, please complete them first, as they provide the foundation for Part 3. Please go back and complete Part I (Dysphagia in the Schools: An Introduction for SLPs) and Part II (Dysphagia in the Schools: Screening by Speech-Language Pathologists) if you haven't already:
Description: This webshop will discuss the stages of sensory processing and how adequate sensory processing has an impact on learning and what happens when there is a breakdown in sensory processing.
Description: The purpose of this introductory webshop is to explore the seven senses and get an understanding of normal and atypical sensory responses. We will discuss sensory seeking behaviors as well as sensory avoiding behaviors
Description: Laura Beller, M.Ed. Region 2 & 3 TTAC at Old Dominion University (Updated August 2017) This webshop is designed to allow you to become familiar with phonemic awareness development, assessement and instruction. The guiding questions addressed in this Webshop are: What is Phonemic Awareness? Why is phonemic awareness importantant? How can phonemic awareness be assessed? What kinds of phonemic awareness instruction will have the greatest impact on my student’s learning to read?
Description: Serving students who are nonverbal is a challenge. It is necessary to provide these students with ways to communicate so that they can answer academic questions and participate in the social communication of the schools. Use of core vocabulary can help make this happen. Core vocabulary is defined as a small set of unchanging words that are used across contexts. Core vocabulary is a fundamental concept and is a way of designing low and high tech materials that maximize and enhance student...
Description: Adaptive switches are an alternate means of accessing devices that have small switches that are inaccessible for people with orthopedic disabilities. These devices include battery-powered, electrical and electronic household devices. Adaptive switches have many applications. In this workshop, we intend to use a switch to control turning on and off lights, radios, tape recorders, and battery-operated toys. The purpose of this eWorkshop is to share ideas for making switches from things that are...