2 Day Seminars
IN-PERSON COURSE LOGISTICS
Many children with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD) struggle to communicate and make sense of their social world. For these students, social skills (or pragmatics) need to be broken down and taught directly. In this 2-day seminar, participants will be provided with an introduction to pragmatic language development, as well as practical application of techniques, activities, and ready-to-use materials, such as slideshows and templates, for teaching targeted social communication skills at the elementary/middle school levels. This seminar will provide insight regarding the implications of LBLD on social communication skills and how to implement strategies within the classroom. Participants will create lesson activities targeted for the specific needs of their students.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
This course is appropriate for educators who work at the elementary and middle school levels.
Materials will be provided on-site.
GRADUATE CREDIT OPTION
Participants may elect to add 1 graduate credit to this course. Graduate credit is an additional $125 and is granted by Colorado State University-Pueblo.
1 Optional Graduate Credit
|July 13-14, 2023
8:30am - 3:00pm
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Over 98% of educators felt that their Outreach Summer Institute seminar provided them with strategies and tools that will help their students.
Beth has taken on several roles during her time at Landmark School. Currently, she is a faculty trainer and consultant in the areas of classroom management and social communication. She offers strategies in language and cueing as well as curriculum to enhance and support both the student and faculty experience. She has also taught workshops for Landmark’s Outreach Program during the summer. Beth has worked on both the Landmark High school and Elementary•Middle School campuses where she has taught oral expression and literature, one-to-one tutorials, and language arts. She has previously served as the assistant department head for the oral expression department. Beth earned a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in special education from Simmons University.