This workshop is based on the collective research works of the ICLI, deaf educators, speech language pathologist, general educators and personal experiences of the presenters who are certified Visual Phonics Trainers. Through the use of brief lectures, interactive games, video clips and audience participation, the participants will learn the foundations on which Visual Phonics is based; produce the 52 hand cues and written symbols and see techniques for integrating Visual Phonics into classroom activities.
Participants of this workshop will be expected to complete the live workshop to learn about visual phonics; the philosophy it was built on, followed by interactive hands-on practice to learn the Visual Phonics system that you can take back to your classroom to implement immediately. Following the live workshop, participants will participate in one-hour monthly virtual classrooms to continue to build your skill set and access continued support as you implement this strategy in your classroom with fidelity. The monthly meetings run November-May. One university credit will be offered to individuals who attend the training and all seven implementation meetings.
You are registering for Session 1 of The SEE live workshop which occurs on October 4, 5, and 6 from 3:30-6:00 pm Pacific / 4:30-7:00 pm Mountain. You must attend all three days to complete the live workshop. Once you have completed the live workshop, you will receive information on registering for the one-hour monthly virtual meetings.