Live Literacy Strategies Webinar: The Literacy Iceberg, Accessibility Must-Haves & More - SPELD NSW

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Live Literacy Strategies Webinar: The Literacy Iceberg, Accessibility Must-Haves & More

Take a look at this free literacy webinar presented by Scanning Pens Australia next Wednesday, 19th May at 4pm.

When Julia Clouter and Dr Susie Nyman get together to talk about literacy, science and learning you can expect them to bring a toolbox of multi-sensory and multi modal teaching ideas to the table.

Both educators have a background in making learning tactile,  finding ways to make sensory experiences and create stickable learning. It will be an entertaining & fun-filled webinar.

If you are looking for accessible literacy strategies to support learners with SpLD, Dyslexia or ideas for relatable content to support neurodiverse learners in the classroom, this webinar will inspire you to create resources that enliven and enrich learning experiences for students who struggle with chalk and talk pedagogy.

Join them to find out more about:

The Literacy Iceberg
Accessibility must haves for the classroom literacy toolbox
How to make learning multi modal and multi-sensory

COST: Free


DATE/TIME: Wednesday, 19th May at 4pm

Register Online


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