Ridge Zeller Therapy offers workshops and trainings provided by qualified professionals who use progressive, interactive techniques to engage participants and facilitate learning. In addition, our workshops can be tailored to meet the unique needs of your staff. Some of our many workshops include: Collaborative Classroom Therapy -What is it? Why do it? How do I start?, Higher-Level Thinking Questions-How to use them with Speech-Language Students, Six-Step Process for Teaching Vocabulary for Speech-Language Pathologists, and Coarticulation Assessment and Treatment.
Workshops and trainings are provided by qualified professionals using progressive interactive techniques to engage participants and facilitate learning. Workshops are tailored to meet the unique needs of your staff.
Participants of this training will be able to:
· Explain the components of Communication
· Know when to refer a student to a Speech-Language Pathologist
· Define Dyslexia and its importance as a language-based disorder
· Name defining characteristics of Dyslexia
· Gain an increased sensitivity and appreciation for individuals with
· Identify ways to screen for dyslexia
· Name classroom strategies used to assist students with Dyslexia
Collaborative Classroom Therapy introduces the “in-class” speech-language service delivery model, provides rationale for working with children in a naturalistic, functional setting, and demonstrates evidence-based techniques to improve students’ speech-language and academic success.
This workshop focuses on evidenced-based questioning strategies designed to facilitate higher-level thinking and learning. Participants will develop and use these strategies in a hands-on format.
Vocabulary growth continues to be a significant need for students with speech-language impairments. This workshop provides evidence-based strategies for multi-modality vocabulary instruction.
Coarticulation is a method used to treat articulation or phonological disorders. Collecting baseline measures using context to choose target sounds, drill and practice, parallel transfer, probe targets, and carryover to spontaneous speech will be covered.