Speech-To-Print in the Classroom: Small Changes = Big Impact

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  • Learning Objectives
  1. Explain the basics of brain-based models of written language development, the differences between traditional developmental, Stage models and current multilinguistic, Connectionist models of word study instruction and intervention, the rationale for using a speech-to-print (vs. print-to-speech) approach to instruction and intervention, and the benefits of speech-to-print instruction reported in the research.
  2. Evaluate common teaching practices, including word walls, word sorts, and word study/spelling homework activities from a speech-to-print, Connectionist Model perspective to identify short-comings and simple ways to make these everyday teaching practices more effective.
  • Benefits of Attending
  1. Understand the rationale and research-documented benefits of speech-to-print instruction. Once you better understand the rationale and research-documented benefits, you’ll feel more confident and empowered to share simple yet powerful recommendations with colleagues, students, and parents – and to make changes in your own practice.
  2. Gain insights and leave with easy, practical ideas for modifying in-class and homework activities to make them more effective for students. You’ll see how easy it is to “tweak” word walls, word sorts, journal writing, and word study/spelling homework activities by infusing these everyday activities with speech-to-print, Connectionist methods of instruction to maximize their instructional value
  • Presented by: Dr. Jan Wasowicz
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Target Audience: All K-12 Educators

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Purchase includes 30-day access to the recorded webinar for one person.

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