Learning Program Online Levels 1 & 2
Newport Beach, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We are pleased to invite you to participate in 2014-2015 LP Online, the online learning community based on DSF’s The Learning Program™. The Learning Program™ utilizes current research on best practices and effective teaching strategies to improve educational outcomes for children with Down syndrome. For more information, visit www.dsfoc.org.
This year, LP Online will consist of ten sessions from either our Level 1 or Level 2 class offered through Webex seminars in live and recorded formats. Level choice depends on the developmental stage of your learner, but generally, Level 1 is appropriate for learners between the ages of 3 and 7 and Level 2 is appropriate for learners between the ages of 5 and 8. If you have a question about which level to choose, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In general, sessions will focus on supporting language arts and math skills. Details of the montly sessions are listed below under each ticket type. Sessions are geared towards supporting parents in the educational process, but we also welcome administrators, teachers and therapists and will try to provide supplementary materials for professionals as appropriate.
PROGRAM DATES/TIMES: Except as noted for June, all live sessions for Level 1 will be at 9:00 a.m. PSTand all live sessions for Level 2 will be at 11:00 a.m. PST. In June, both Levels 1 and 2 will join a live session at 9:00 a.m. PST. Sessions last approximately 1.5 hours each. If you cannot attend a live session, you will have access to its recording for the duration of the program year.
September 12 (Friday) - recorded session available
October 10 (Friday)
November 7 (Friday)
December 5 (Friday)
January 16 (Friday)
February 13 (Friday)
March 13 (Friday)
April 17 (Friday)
May 8 (Friday)
June 2 (Tuesday)
Note: Program dates/times are subject to change with reasonable notice, but sessions will always be available in live and recorded formats.
Caveat: These program sessions are the same as those sessions which will be offered this year through our nineteen Learning Program Partners nationwide. If you are already participating in a Learning Program, LP Online presentations will use the same topics and materials. Similarly, some of the sessions have been offered at the NDSC Conference and other conferences nationwide.
Tuition includes access to monthly live and recorded Webex presentations and membership to the LP Online website, which houses links, videos and handouts. Literacy and math materials are available for purchase through our online store at a discounted rate for program participants or for free download and assembly through our website.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have questions or need to make alternative financial arrangements. Limited scholarships are available. We look forward to working with you!
Dana L. Halle
Executive Director, Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County
Vice President, Education and Outreach, Down Syndrome Education USA
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Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County
DSF serves families, educators and therapists in Orange County and surrounding areas. DSF also provides support and service to Down syndrome organizations associations across the nation and families and professionals around the world.
Our Vision - Effective education and community inclusion for people with Down syndrome.
Our Mission - To serve people with Down syndrome through educational, social and support programs delivered in partnership with individuals, families, professionals and communities.
We believe in the civil rights of people with Down syndrome. Protecting and promoting the rights of people with Down syndrome expands independence and choice.
We believe in inclusion. Including people with Down syndrome in neighborhood schools, community activities and the business world benefits both the individuals and their respective communities.
We believe that knowledge empowers. By sharing information regarding best practices, current research and effective tools, we serve both people with Down syndrome and those who support them.
We believe in collaboration. Working with Down syndrome groups and community partners on the local, state, national and international levels enhances our ability to serve people with Down syndrome.
Our Work - DSF is most well-known for its innovative work in developing and implementing The Learning Program™. Guided by an expert Advisory Board as to evidence-based approaches to teaching children with Down syndrome, The Learning Program™ has become a nationally-recognized model for parent-focused educational intervention. Preschools and elementary schools have also begun to recognize the program’s value and resources.