This 1-hour webinar will provide practical strategies to help educators support their students’ spoken language skills (listening and speaking) in remote learning environments. Particular attention will be placed on ways to effectively engage students with Language-Based Learning Disabilities (LBLD). We will begin with a brief overview of language, working memory, attention, and auditory processing skills, which are essentials for learning. Additionally, we will consider the myriad of spoken language demands that are an integral part of instruction and learning, such as following verbal instructions, responding to teacher inquiries, using active listening techniques, expressing ideas in a clear and concise manner, and asking clarifying questions. Participants will learn about key strategies to support spoken language demands wherever and however instruction is happening.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
This course is appropriate for educators at all levels.
ABOUT THE WEBINAR FORMAT
This webinar will be delivered on the date and time listed under “Course Information.” Because the webinar will not be recorded for distribution, please plan to attend on the date and time listed under “Course Information.”
To maintain an interactive webinar, enrollment will be capped. You can register until the course fills or the day the webinar begins, whichever occurs first.
The platform used for this webinar is Zoom. You do not need a Zoom account to participate. However, you will need login credentials. This login information will be emailed to you the day before the course begins, to the email address entered when you signed up.
|May 13, 2020
1:00 - 2:00 PM
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Linda is a certified speech-language pathologist who has been practicing since 1988. Throughout her career, she has worked in clinical and public school settings evaluating and treating individuals with a variety of communication disorders. Linda joined Landmark High School as the expressive language program director in 1994, transitioning into a consultation role in this program from 2003-2016. Linda has also been a Landmark Outreach Program faculty member since 1996, consulting to private and public schools, as well as teaching face-to-face and online graduate-level courses. Her expertise is in child and adolescent language disorders with a particular focus on social communication skills.