Literacy for All: An introduction to balanced literacy

Upcoming Adelaide Workshop


27th of January, 2017

8:30am to 3:30pm

Adelaide West Special Education Centre

12 Moldavia Walk Taperoo SA 5017


Workshop Description

Including the diverse range of students in special education settings in a literacy program can be extremely challenging.  This presentation will outline a balanced literacy approach that can be used with ALL students to actively intervene and improve their literacy.  Adaptations that may need to be made for students with a range of abilities and disability will be outlined. Multi-level activities that can be implemented with all students in the classroom will also be discussed and supported with video examples. Recent research around whole school model literacy programs for students who struggle with reading and writing will also be covered.  All students, regardless of their abilities, deserve an opportunity to develop their literacy skills to their maximum potential - and this presentation will demonstrate how you can help to make that happen.


Your Presenter

Jane has worked as a school and adult service based speech pathologist and literacy teacher. She has also worked as an assistive technology specialist and is currently working as an independent consultant in literacy, AAC and Assistive Technology. Jane has been working in the disability and assistive technology field for over 25 years. She has extensive practical experience in both Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and in teaching children and adults with disabilities to acquire literacy.  Jane is a former Chairperson of AGOSCI and is the founder and organiser of the Big Mouth Camp.


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