Visual Phonics for Educators - 013531
This two-day workshop explores the multi-sensory Visual Phonics program and its benefits in reinforcing oral language, speech, literacy, and writing skills for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, bilingual, or possess diverse learning needs. This hands-on workshop develops the skills necessary to implement Visual Phonics in therapeutic and instructional settings and explores research-based strategies to support beginning spelling and reading instruction with the support of Visual Phonics. Participants are provided opportunities to practice the following techniques for teaching: 1) Letter recognition/matching/naming/formation, 2) Phonemic awareness (K-2), 3) Phoneme-grapheme (sound-symbol) association, 4) Blending of one-syllable decodable words, 5) Recognition of irregular words, and 6) Building accuracy and speed in word recognition. An application for ASHA CEUs is pending.

Audiences Teacher - Early Childhood/PreK/Kindergarten, Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Teacher - Special Education, Teacher - Bilingual, Teacher - General Education
Prerequisite/Special Notes None


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