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Building the Brain for Literacy, from Speech to Print. Understand the Critical Role of Spoken Language and the SLP in Literacy Instruction and Intervention & Make a Difference in Student Outcomes

June 12, 2018

Sponsored by Learning By Design / SPELL-Links 

This free online vendor chat will empower you with a clear understanding of structured literacy instruction that uses a speech-to-print, multi-linguistic approach. You’ll be equipped with knowledge and understanding of the advantages of this approach over traditional approaches to word study and structured literacy instruction and you’ll be armed with new insights about the critical role of the SLP working with classroom literacy and literacy intervention teams. You’ll advance your clinical skills and leave with evidence-based activities you can immediately use with students and share with colleagues. Join us and discover ways to layer speech-to-print, multi-linguistic structured literacy instruction into a student’s existing curriculum and into your current speech/language therapy goals.  The following panelist will be available to answer questions: 

    • Jan Wasowicz PhD, CCC-SLP, founder and president/CEO of Learning By Design Inc. (Evanston, IL) and author of SPELL-Links to Reading & Writing 
    • Adria B. Leno MS, CCC-SLP, founder and director of Communicate & Connect Therapy, LLC (Chicago, IL) and Certified SPELL-Links to Reading & Writing Provider

    Event Sponsor: Learning By Design / SPELL-Links

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