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Bloom & Lahey 1/CASLLS 1: Road Map to Typical Language Development
This workshop will focus on tracking and teaching the sequence of early, expanding and complex language development using the Bloom & Lahey model and the CASLLS Scales. Applications to manual and spoken communication are discussed.
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Long Range Planning
Participants will select one child’s EC file from their caseload and bring it to the workshop, then utilize that file to identify needs & develop a long range plan to close gaps. (MAXIMUM PARTICIPANTS: 15)
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Vocabulary
Join us for this webinar to learn more about how to teach vocabulary in fun exciting ways to children of all ages. Typical vocabulary development, vocabulary hierarchy and games/ activities to use in teaching vocabulary will all be covered in this one hour course. Target audience is parents, teachers, speech-pathologists and teachers of the deaf.
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Intro to the MARCOF Mainstream Assessment of Readiness for Children Over Five
This presentation will provide participants with the information necessary to understand and utilize the MARCOF. The MARCOF is an excellent assessment tool designed for teachers and therapists to use when considering classroom placements and accommodations for children with hearing loss ages 5 and above.
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Roadmaps 3: Information Meets Application
This one-hour online course is an extension of Roadmaps I and II . Specific lesson planning will be discussed as well as incorporating goals and strategies learned in the previous trainings.
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Development 101
Language 101 is a basic overview of typical language development. This is ideal for parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, or for professionals who need an introduction or review of developmental milestones for spoken language
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The ABCs of Assessments
Participants will learn about how, when, and why ongoing assessment of students with hearing loss is important and how to select the most appropriate assessment tools for progress monitoring. Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to administer several assessments pertaining to language and vocabulary.
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Speech Babble
The agenda includes information on typical babble development, speech acoustics, and why and how we do speech babble.
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