12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
LocationAll Belong Center for Inclusive Education
Led by Mary Ashby and Becky Tubergen
Wednesday, October 9
12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (lunch served at noon)
Audience: All Staff
Back by popular demand again this fall, we are pleased to offer another Phonological Awareness (PA) training especially for kindergarten and first grade teachers at our Member Schools! Encouraged by the below responses from past participants, we encourage you to attend this practical and informative session.
“Informative and practical! I enjoyed having time to practice teaching the skills and love all the tools I left with”
“Very organized and helpful in my new role working with the ESS teacher as well as teaching preschool. The binder is an amazing resource! It was great to see how to teach the lessons.”
“I’m glad this was at the beginning of the school year. I now feel confident teaching students PA skills”
Did you know that Phonological Awareness is a far better predictor for future reading development than IQ or vocabulary? Research has identified Phonological Awareness and letter knowledge as the best two predictors of how well a child will learn to read during the first two years of school. Join us for this session and you will walk away with a better understanding of phonemic awareness, the important role phonemic awareness plays in literacy development, a sequence of skills, and hands on materials to use with your students. Each participant will receive a binder with lessons and user-friendly activities that follow the developmental sequence of phonemic awareness.
This in-service is only available in-person to staff at All Belong Member Schools. Please contact us at 616-245-8388 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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