Course Listing

1 Day Workshops

Multisensory Strategies for Spelling and Decoding, In-Person – Summer Institute 2022

IN-PERSON COURSE LOGISTICS

  • Delivery mode: In-person. All guidelines around Covid-19 protocols will be followed and communicated to participants.
  • Attendance: Live, on the date and time listed in the course information section.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

For all students, but especially those with language-based learning disabilities, repetition is key when learning new concepts. In this seminar, participants will learn how to create and use various manipulatives and multimodal activities to review fundamental reading and spelling skills in an interactive way. Games and exercises that review decoding patterns and spelling rules will be a primary focus, but the strategies, websites, and techniques presented are applicable to any content area or word work. Tips and tricks for creating engaging paper-based and virtual ideas will be shared.

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Design, create and assemble numerous multimodal manipulatives
  • Adapt word lists/content into both paper- based and virtual game formats
  • Generate meaningful activities that integrate curriculum and study skills
  • Adapt and micro-unit various reading and spelling strategies to meet student needs
  • Diversify lesson plans by incorporating interactive tasks and supplemental activities

LEVEL

This course is appropriate for educators at the elementary level.

MATERIALS

Materials will be provided on-site.

Course Information

Credits
5 Hours
Dates/Time Price
July 20, 2022
8:30am - 3:00pm
$150

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About the Instructor

Hazel Crowley, M.S. Ed.

Hazel has worked at Landmark Elementary•Middle School since 2014, primarily teaching tutorials to students ranging in age from third to eighth grade. She also teaches Oral Expression & Literature classes at the middle school level and is a frequent contributor to The Lantern, Landmark’s magazine. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Kenyon College and earned her master’s degree in special education from Simmons University.

 

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