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What's Important for Learning to Read and What Can Go Wrong?

Online Event
Date
May 28, 2021
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
MDT
Add to Calendar 2021-05-28 15:30:00 2021-05-28 16:30:00 What's Important for Learning to Read and What Can Go Wrong? https://alberta.exceptionalchildren.org/events/whats-important-learning-read-and-what-can-go-wrong United States Council for Exceptional Children janpalmer27@telus.net America/Denver public
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Presented by Alberta CEC

Sara will explain the basics of early literacy acquisition and the implications for early literacy instruction and for remediation at any age. Her talk will focus on the earliest stages of reading development when learners are taught how to decode print or "lift the words off the page".

 

Sara Peden

Sara Peden is a registered psychologist who was employed by an Alberta metro school board for many years. She is now a consultant providing a range of services including providing professional learning opportunities for teachers and school administrations. Her practice is highly specialized in the field of literacy acquisition and dyslexia.

 

Current CEC members-FREE!

Non CEC members- $40 CAD for one workshop, $80 CAD for two workshops, or $100 CAD for all three!

Purchase all three and receive a Free Full CEC Membership!

NOTE: The fee for this workshop will be collected in USD, which has been adjusted for equivalency with the prices in CDN charged for the event. Service fees may apply.

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