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ASPDP P Credit Course: Teaching Vocabulary All Day Every Day
When: November 7 and 8, 2020
(15 CTLE hours)
Tuition: $150 to Everyone Reading
NOTE: If you wish one ASPDP P credit, you must pay an additional $45 to the NYCDOE
Where: Remote using Zoom
 
In The Simple View of Reading, 1986, Gough and Turner posit that good reading requires proficiency in both reading and language comprehension. This workshop will address this simple view of reading, by providing instructional strategies in three of the five pillars of reading: phonological awareness, phonics and vocabulary, because mastery of those pillars leads to proficiency in fluency and comprehension as well. It will concentrate on building a foundation of word recognition skills and enabling teachers and students to build a large and varied working vocabulary and strategies for acquiring new words. It will specifically address the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students, whose language comprehension may not match the demands of the school system. Everyone is welcome to this course, whether or not you want CTLE hours or P credits. You will have fun and learn a lot.
 
IMPORTANT
 
Because we will be conducting this course remotely, we will email the handouts before the course begins to be printed by the participants. The second day of the course involves a hands-on vocabulary development project. Participants must be prepared with basic materials, such as scissors, paper of various kinds, markers or crayons, paste. Other art materials, such as yarn, play dough or whatever the participants have at hand, are most welcome.
 

Nov. 7 & 8, 2020
 
 

Technology Supports for Struggling Students during Remote Learning

Date/Time:    Saturday, November 21, 2020 9:30 11:00 am

 

Presenters:    Mark Surabian and Ptahra Jeppe

 

Cost:                $20.00

 

Participants will receive attendance certificates for 1.5 hours and certificates for NYSED CTLE hours upon request

This session will explore free and affordable technologies that empower students with learning disabilities to complete educational tasks independently, whether in remote or hybrid classroom models.

  • Attendees will depart with resources for finding free and affordable tools which may be employed immediately for every grade.
  • Attendees will learn about assistive technology supports built into computers, tablets, and smart phones which enhance student access to curriculum.
  • Attendees will learn about assistive technologies (hardware, software, apps, and cloudbased tools) which are replacing the last generation of expensive computer programs for the reading, writing, notetaking, math, and organization.

 

 

Sounds in Motion VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

December 5, 2020
9:00 am to 4:00 pm – (6 NYSED CTLE Hours) 
Tuition: $210, includes a movement practice thumb drive and workbook of instructions and materials for 15 weekly lessons.

SOUNDS IN MOTION is a fun and engaging early literacy program that facilitates increased phonological awareness as in auditory discrimination and auditory perception skills. In addition to active listening activities, Verbotonal movements are used to improve articulation as well as to support the foundational skills needed for decoding.

SOUNDS IN MOTION can be taught in-person or remotely in Pre-K through first grade classrooms or in small group settings. Holly Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP, Head of the Speech-Language Department at The Gillen Brewer School, will be the presenter.

Children love SOUNDS IN MOTION and you will, too!

Everyone Reading, Inc. will host a full-day virtual SOUNDS IN MOTION workshop on December 5, 2020, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The $210 tuition includes a program workbook for 15 weekly lessons and a movement practice flash drive. Registration will close on November 14, 2020, to allow us to mail out the workbook and flash drive. Everyone Reading, Inc. has been approved by the New York State Education Department to confer CTLE (Continuing Teacher and Leader Education) hours for our workshops. Participants will receive a CTLE certificate for six hours. We will also provide generic attendance certificates.