Proven Strategies for Teaching Reading to Struggling Learners & Boys: How t...

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Adam W. Herbert University Center

12000 Alumni Drive

Building 43, University Center

Jacksonville, FL 32224

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Presented by: Peggy Campbell-Rush, M.A., Ed.D.

Hosted by: UF Health/Jacksonville CARD - UF Health FDLRS-MDC

Training Description:

This training will assist participants in learning ways to adapt their instruction when working with children who learn in different ways and at different rates. Participants will learn how to identify a struggling learner and will gain practical ideas, strategies, and activities that will help all learners and readers succeed. Additionally, insights into struggling learners' capabilities and needs will be shared and participants will leave with many useable ideas that can be implemented immediately in the classroom, home, or practice setting. Additionally, information will be shared on gaining an understanding of how boys and girls learn differently. When we understand the brain, learning styles, and academic and physical nature of each gender, we can better address classroom learning and behavior.

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Participants will be able to:

  • Adapt instruction when working with children who learn in different ways and at different rates.
  • Identify a struggling learner.
  • Generate practical ideas and strategies to help all learners succeed.
  • Enhance what is already being done to target struggling learners.
  • Develop insights into struggling learners' capabilities and needs.
  • Help even without a diagnosis or IEP.
  • Learn best practices in our ever-changing society based on the latest research.
  • Gain new insights, understanding, and useful ideas and strategies to optimize not only for boys, but all learners.

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Adam W. Herbert University Center

12000 Alumni Drive

Building 43, University Center

Jacksonville, FL 32224

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