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Auditory Processing Disorder- The Silent Learning Disability (T-2012-0252-0320)
Wed June 6, 2012 6:00 PM
Early identification of learning disabled students is crucial to the overall success of the student. Learn to identify some signs of the learning disabilities associated with auditory processing disorders. Learn what the educational setting is like for a student with this type of disability. Identify the areas where the learner is struggling. Learn games to treat those symptoms and encourage new paths to learning.
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Missouri School for the Deaf
Ingle Auditorium 505 E. Fifth Street Fulton MO 65251 County: Calloway 573-289-6216 Lat: 38.847137 Lng: -91.941477
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Description of costs
$30 cost is to cover paperwork, certificate and registration of attendance with DHSS. Book "Train the Brain to Hear" will be available for purchase for an addtional $29.95 in advance or on the day of the conference.
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402 N Audrain Road Sturgeon MO 65284 County: Boone cell: 573-289-6216 Registration information
Please call Jennifer Holland 573-289-6216 and mail payment to address listed here.
No cancelation policy provided. Training categories
Administrators from child care centers/preschools/out-of-school time sites
Family child care owners and staff
Workshop instructors, college/university faculty
Staff from child care centers/preschools/out-of-school time sites
Age group focus
Preschool (3 to 5 yrs)
Toddlers (13 to 35mo)
Training Content Level
Level 4 - Knowledge and skills equal to a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education
1.1.4.a.0. "Collaborates with others to promote growth and development."
1.1.4.b.0. "Applies research-based theories of growth and development to planning and practice."
1.1.4.c.0. "Explains the multiple influences on development and learning."
4.1.4.a.0. "Partners, plans, and communicates to enhance family support and participation."
CDA Subject Area
Principles of child growth and development
Strategies to establish productive relationships with families
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