May 13, 2014 09:00 AM
May 14, 2014 04:00 PM
|Contact Name||Robert Humphreys|
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***Pre-req: must have completed both Bloom & Lahey Workshops and Auditory Function Workshop***
Materials needed: Select one child's EC file from caseload and bring to workshop. Participants will utilize their own student's EC file to determine the student's present level of performance in language, audition, vocabulary and speech, then develop a long range plan to close the gaps in the identified areas of delay. Participants will develop several lesson plans to address their student's needs.
Sharon Moore, M.A., CED, NBCT, LSLS Cert. AVT received her BS degree and Hearing Impaired certification from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Master’s degree in Language Development and Learning from Lenoir Rhyne University. She taught at the Central North Carolina School for the Deaf from 1985-1996. Sharon has worked as an exceptional children’s resource teacher for Guilford County Schools, the Central NC Early Intervention Program for Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, and the Resource Support Program for the Office of Education Services. Sharon has her Birth through Kindergarten Certification, Reading Certification, C.E.D., Infant Toddler credentials and National Board Certification as an Exceptional Needs Specialist. Sharon is currently a consultant for the Exceptional Children’s Division of the Dept. of Public Instruction. Sharon has served as Secretary/Historian on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Chapter of AG Bell.
Michele Neal, M.A., NBCT received her Bachelor of Science degree and Hearing Impaired certification from Atlantic Christian College in Wilson, NC in 1987 and Masters degree in Language Development and Learning from Lenoir Rhyne University. She spent ten years working at the Schools for the Deaf in NC, four years as a high school history teacher at the Eastern NCSD, and six years as the elementary principal at the Central NCSD. Upon closure of the CNCSD Michele acquired her certification in Cross Categorical and worked in Rockingham Co. for one year as a 6th grade special education teacher and in Guilford County as a K-3 special education resource teacher. Michele joined the Office of Education Resource Support Program in April, 2003.She is currently a consultant for the Exceptional Children’s Division of the Dept. of Public Instruction. Michele acquired National Board Certification in 2006 and became a certified See-The-Sound: Visual Phonics Trainer in 2007.
Aubrey Dubois-Quinlan, M.A., NBCT received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Deaf Education in 2002 from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Masters degree in Language Development and Learning from Lenoir Rhyne University. She worked as an itinerant teacher for the public school system for six years, serving students ages 3-21. Aubrey received her National Board Certification as an Exceptional Needs Specialist in 2007. In 2008, she joined the Resource Support Program through the Office of Education Services to provide outreach services to professionals, parents, and school systems serving deaf and hard-of-hearing students across North Carolina. She is currently a consultant for the Exceptional Children’s Division of the Dept. of Public Instruction. Aubrey became a certified See-The-Sound Visual Phonics Trainer in 2012.
NHC Board of Education Center -
1805 South 13th Street
Wilmington, NC 28412
1. There is NO COST for NC Professionals; $50 for out-of-state attendees
2. Non ASHA CEU’s will be offered for all workshops.
3. To Register: Visit www.med.unc.edu/earandhearing/registration (registration deadline = 1 week prior to workshop)
CEUs: 1.1 (LSLS Approved)