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NW BOCES Literacy Webinar Series: Advanced Phonology

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Grade Level Ranges:
PK - Grade 2, Grades 3- 5
Content Areas:
Reading, Writing, and Communicating
Topic tags:
phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, literacy webinar series, Danielle Thompson
Special populations:
Special Education
Contact hours:
1.75
Target Audience:
Intermediate

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In this webinar, Danielle Thompson discussed more advanced phonological concepts. This talk is for those who teach phonology well but also realize you may not be reaching all students.  Special and general education teachers (even beginning teachers), Speech Language Pathologists, and School Psychologists will benefit from hearing this information and working towards application in assessment and instruction.

*This webinar is one of a series of 10 that was recorded for NW Colorado BOCES to support teachers in their literacy instruction. You can find the others in the series by searching for the keywords "literacy webinar series" in the SEED PAK.

About the presenter: Danielle Thompson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, obtained her doctorate in literacy studies with an emphasis in reading disabilities and dyslexia from Middle Tennessee State University and her master’s in speech, language, and hearing sciences from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Dr. Thompson has worked with various populations from preschool to high school as a speech-language pathologist, reading instructor, teacher, researcher, professional development provider, and consultant. She is also a national LETRS trainer.

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