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2017-18 Workshop Schedule

Posted July 19, 2017

Mark your calendars for our upcoming workshops!

All workshops are from 6:00-7:30 pm at Castle Branch/Tek Mountain, 144 Sir Tyler Drive,  Wilmington

FOR PARENTS AND EDUCATORS

Technology Tools that Support Students (for parents and educators)

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

This workshop is designed for parents to help them weed through the hundreds of apps and devices promoted to serve student learning.  A practical approach to proven strategies and tools will be introduced and demonstrated.  Ideas on ways to take the stress out of overwhelming assignments and help students utilize their individual strengths will be presented.  Smart phones and tablets are welcome so that ideas and strategies can be recorded with typed notes, an audio recording, a video, or a picture.

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Surviving Homework with Your Child

Thursday, February 8, 2018

For a child with a language-based learning disability, homework can be a burden for the whole family.  In this session, parents will be exposed to a multisensory approach to supporting a student's efforts to complete homework assignments.  A wide range of study tips, technology tools, time management aids, and advocating skills will be presented.  

Preparing Your Child for High School and College

Thursday, March 8, 2018

This is an informative workshop created to educate parents on steps they can take to help ensure a smooth transition into high school and post-secondary education. Strategies to empower learning disabled students will be discussed with the goal of giving them the confidence and skills needed to succeed in high school and college. 

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