Our professional workshops provide practical step-by-step guidance to clinicians, teachers, and volunteers on how to provide targeted research-based assessments and interventions for persons with reading and spelling difficulties that are easy to understand, and are delivered by experts in the field.
Assessment and treatment approaches for
children with reading and spelling difficulties
Dr Saskia Kohnen will present a one-day workshop on the evidence-based assessment and treatment of reading and spelling difficulties focussing on primary school aged children.
How to teach multi-syllabic word reading and spelling
In this one-day workshop, guest presenter Dr Karen Smith-Lock will present evidence based techniques to teach the reading and spelling of multisyllabic words.
Teaching vocabulary to improve reading comprehension
Dr Danielle Colenbrander, will present a one-day workshop on evidence-based methods for teaching vocabulary knowledge to primary school aged children, where the ultimate aim is improving reading comprehension.
How to teach phonics in K-2 (face-to-face course)
In this one-day face-to-face workshop, guest presenter Dr Karen Smith-Lock will present on how to teach phonics to primary school-aged students.
How to teach phonics in Foundation-2 (online course)
In this 5-hour online workshop, you will learn how to teach phonics to primary school-aged students in Foundation to Grade 2.
How to make evidence-based decisions
about treatments for poor readers
The goal of this half-day workshop is to equip people with the knowledge and practical skill needed to make evidence-based decisions about reading interventions.
Working memory and reading difficulties
In this half-day seminar, Dr Banales will discuss the methods of intervention for children with dyslexia, including the role of verbal working memory training in treating reading difficulties. She will also discuss the implications of poor working memory in the classroom and how these difficulties may be supported.
Content owner: Reading clinic Last updated: 05 Sep 2019 2:33pm