Professional Development - Registration


Social Tales   December 12 2019
Points: 6
Presenter: P. Weigel
Prerequisite skills: Using at least one of the following programs to incorporate text and images – Lesson Pix, Boardmaker, Word, Power Point
Social Tales are visual stories that are individualized for students to assist them to understand a variety of behaviors and difficult concepts, like personal space and keeping hands to yourself. These stories can be a single page printed out, multiple pages that create a book and even digital stories. Participants will be introduced to the different forms of Social Tales and the foundational components of well-developed social tales. By the end of the day participants will have created multiple social tales that they can use the next day.
Audience: Teachers of students in CSS or InD classes as well as Speech Language Pathologists. State license CEUs are provided for SLPs
Place: PLCC
Avoiding Power Struggles - Solutions    January 09 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Learn easy to use behavior strategies to avoid power struggles with students in the classroom.
Audience: All teachers
Place: Professional Learning Community Center
Access Points for Inclusion    January 15 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: FIN
Students on Access Points are increasingly being included in general education settings to receive their instruction. This workshop is designed to increase participants’ understanding of the Florida Standards Access Points and the resources available to support students with significant cognitive disabilities in the inclusion classroom. Participants will use these resources to design a lesson plan that addresses the needs of the students following the Florida State Standards as well as students with significant cognitive disabilities on access points. They will need to bring a laptop and the materials/resources they regularly use for lesson planning. Lab laptops are available upon request. Requests should be made prior to the workshop date. Participants will receive Ralabate's book Your UDL Lesson Planner: The Step-by-Step Guide for Teaching All Learners.
Audience: General Education and Special Education Teachers serving in the General Education inclusion classroom. Priority will be given to collaborative instructional teams who register together.
Place: PLCC
Dealing with Tough Kids: Practical Classroom Management Strategies    January 15 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Practical techniques for dealing with difficult students at all grade levels. The techniques are designed to reduce disruptive behavior and provide students with behavioral, academic and social survival skills. The presentation will review what causes “tough kid” behavior, how to practically assess it, and strategies to remediate it! An emphasis will be placed on proactive strategies and POSITIVE behavior management interventions such as Mystery Motivators, Reward Spinners and Behavior Bingo to reinforce positive behavior.
Audience: All teachers working with ESE students.
Place: TBA
High Leverage Practices in Special Education   January 30 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS / FIN
This workshop dives into High-Leverage Practices in Special Education (CEC &
CEEDAR Center). These twenty-two (22) practices are organized by collaboration,
assessment, social/emotional/behavioral practices and instruction.
Audience: All inclusive education teachers
Place: PLCC
ESE 101: A Three Ring Circus    February 03 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Melissa Call/ Phyllis Barrington
ESE 101: A Three Ring Circus focuses on three major components of special education: law, characteristics of learners, and evidenced-based practices. This training is intended for all teachers and paras working with students in self-contained or inclusion settings who want to learn more about the basics of ESE. Prepare to have carnival like fun as you learn more about your students and how to serve them!
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
PDA - Differentiated Reading Instruction    February 03 2020
Points: 60
Presenter: FDLRS
This course enables educators to develop, increase and demonstrate knowledge about using the guidelines for differentiation and strategies that support differentiation to improve instruction for all students, especially students with persistent or significant reading difficulties. Emphasis is on the instructional design principles and teacher delivery methods that can be applied at appropriate levels of intensity and duration to increase the explicitness and intensity of language arts instruction in order to achieve optimal results for students who are challenged by learning to read or reading to learn. Conspicuous strategies, strategically integrated skills, and judicious review, delivered with appropriate pacing and precise monitoring, are all part of carefully scaffolded instruction to ensure that each learner is able to comprehend increasingly complex text. This course aligns with current Florida reading initiatives and awards credit for competency four of the Florida Reading Endorsement.

This course runs from February 3, 2020, to May 8, 2020.
This is a facilitated course with a few on-line virtual meetings
Audience: All Teachers
Place: Online
Boost Learning with Universal Design for Learning   February 05 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) has the ultimate goal of developing the self-motivated, persistent and self-monitoring learner that actively seeks out learning opportunities. Participants in this workshop will discover multiple means to facilitate student learning in the classroom through the three principles of UDL: Engagement, Representation and Action/Expression. Discover a variety of no-tech, low tech and high tech means to address all three UDL principles in the classroom.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
Making Reading instruction Explicit for Students with Persistent Reading Difficulties   February 10 2020
Points: 12
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
This TWO-DAY interactive workshop is designed to assist teachers in understanding how to make reading instruction explicit enough to meet the needs of students with persistent reading difficulties. Participants will examine the need to have clarity about what is most important for students to know, understand and be able to do. They will learn to employ specific instructional design principles and teacher delivery methods, in the five areas of reading instruction, to meet the reading needs of their students; and will identify evidence of the instructional design principles and teacher delivery methods in various lessons. In addition, participants will be able to determine whether a lesson is intensive or explicit enough for their struggling readers, and how to increase the “explicitness” and intensity of a reading lesson.
Audience: Grade 3-12 Reading Teachers, ESE Teachers, and Reading Interventionists.
Place: TBA
Escaping the Nightmare through Accommodations   February 18 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Use your newly acquired skills for developing high quality accommodations in order to escape the "room". Learn how to develop, implement and assess accommodations that help students access the standards and make positive gains.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
CREATING VISUAL SUPPORTS FOR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION and COMMUNICATION BOARDS.   February 21 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
NOTE: Prerequisite: This workshop is designed for participants who have previously taken Boardmaker Software Basics or LessonPix. Participants need to come prepared with a list of visual supports needed for the classroom, home and/or community.
The day is spent creating and adapting materials using Boardmaker Software or LessonPix to promote functional receptive/expressive communication skills in a variety of settings. All participants will have access to a color printer, laminate, Velcro, and other necessary materials to make a number of visual supports. The visual supports created during this workshop can be used immediately in the classroom, home or community.

Audience: Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, ParaProfessionals currently working with ESE students.
Place: PLCC
Down Rabbit Hole with Executive Functioning    February 26 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
This training will give you strategies to help students who may struggle with cognitive flexibility, self-control, memory, organization/planning, and initiating task/staying focused on tasks. Complete your Wonderland Passport as you navigate through the complexities of Executive Functioning.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
SOCIAL TALES   February 27 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
Prerequisite skills: Using at least one of the following programs to incorporate text and images – Lesson Pix, Boardmaker, Word, Power Point
Social Tales are visual stories that are individualized for students to assist them to understand a variety of behaviors and difficult concepts, like personal space and keeping hands to yourself. These stories can be a single page printed out, multiple pages that create a book and even digital stories. Participants will be introduced to the different forms of Social Tales and the foundational components of well-developed social tales. By the end of the day participants will have created multiple social tales that they can use the next day.
Audience: Teachers of students in CSS or InD classes as well as Speech-Language Pathologists.
Place: PLCC
Effective Interventions for Challenging Behavior    March 02 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Designed for students who display inappropriate behavior despite the teacher's effective classroom management skills. Within an RTI model, the training will emphasize six early-stage interventions that research has shown to be highly effective in promoting positive behavior change, especially with mild to moderate behavior problems at Tier 1 or Tier 2. These six early-stage interventions are relatively quick and easy to implement by a classroom teacher or by an interventionist and school team. The training will also introduce 12 highly structured interventions that have been found effective with moderate to severe behavior problems at Tier 2 or Tier 3
Audience: Teachers serving ESE students
Place: TBA
Tough Kid Social Skills   March 06 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Call/McMillan/Barrington
An extension of Tough Kids Tool Box ®, this one-day workshop provides a practical framework for teaching social skills to the Tough Kid®. Participants will learn how to identify social skills excesses and deficits, target “at-risk” students in need of intervention, track data for behavior, and be prepared to lead social skills instruction. This course provides an overview of the Tough Kid® Social Skills curriculum as well as strategies for how to effectively use the curriculum to improve student behavior. Participants will receive Dr. Susan M. Sheradin’s The Tough Kid® Social Skills book.
Audience: Teachers, Administrators, School Counselors, and Special Education Teachers working with students with social skills deficits. This curriculum is targeted toward students in grades 3-8.
Place: TBA
Survivor: Sensory Island   March 16 2020
Points: 9
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Survivor: Sensory Island- Learn about student sensory integration difficulties while competing in a variety of sensory based challenges with your tribe. Based on Lauren H. Kerstein's My Sensory Book: Working Together to Explore Sensory Issues and the Big Feelings They Can Cause: A Workbook for Parents, Professionals, and Children. It is designed to be a tool to help parents, professionals and children themselves understand the sensory systems. The training focuses on the child as a whole person as we explore sensory issues, sensory modulation, emotional modulation, and the relationship between the sensory and emotional systems.
Audience: Audience: CSS teachers, VE teachers and/or teachers serving students with sensory needs.
Place: TBA
Escaping the Nightmare through Accommodations    March 19 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Escaping the Nightmare through Accommodations: Use your newly acquired skills for developing high quality accommodations in order to escape the "room". Learn how to develop, implement and assess accommodations that help students access the standards and make positive gains.
Audience: All teachers that have students with 504s and/or IEPs - K-12
Place: TBA
A Wild Goose Chase for Flipped Learning   March 26 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Learn how to use technology, hands-on learning, and engaging activities to differentiate your instruction in order to meet the needs of all learners. This technology-driven teaching method “flips” the traditional class to allow the teacher more time to interact and engage with students--the lecture becomes homework and the class time becomes active learning/practice. In this “flipped” training, participants explore the components of flipped learning through a scavenger hunt; completing missions as a team and increasing their knowledge as they (and their students) “win”.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
LessonPix   March 30 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: P. Weigel
LessonPix is an easy-to-use online tool that allows users to create various customized learning materials from any computer, tablet or even a smart phone. This will be an active session with participants working directly with the tools. Participants will leave with visual supports that can be used immediately use with their students.
Learn how to navigate this online tool to:
• Create numerous custom visual supports
• Browse the library that contains 1000's of pictures.
• Upload your own clip art or photos to use with our custom materials.
• Find ideas on how to use LessonPix at home, in the classroom, or with children with special needs.
• Explore the Sharing Center where all users of the program can share their creations and find new inspiration.
Audience: All Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, & Paraprofessionals currently working with students with disabilities
Place: PLCC
CREATING VISUAL SUPPORTS FOR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION and COMMUNICATION BOARDS.   March 31 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
NOTE: Prerequisite: This workshop is designed for participants who have previously taken Boardmaker Software Basics or LessonPix. Participants need to come prepared with a list of visual supports needed for the classroom, home and/or community.
The day is spent creating and adapting materials using Boardmaker Software or LessonPix to promote functional receptive/expressive communication skills in a variety of settings. All participants will have access to a color printer, laminate, Velcro, and other necessary materials to make a number of visual supports. The visual supports created during this workshop can be used immediately in the classroom, home or community.
Audience: Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, ParaProfessionals currently working with ESE students.
Place: PLCC
Adapt-A-Book    April 01 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
NOTE: Prerequisite: Participants MUST have taken a Boardmaker Software Basics or LessonPix prior and have the software skills necessary to work independently and in small groups adapting a children's book with visual supports and creating curriculum extensions for a book. Participants will receive a book and all materials needed to adapt the book.
Audience: Teachers, SLPs, OTs & PTs currently working with students with disabilities
Place: PLCC
Reading Strategies   April 07 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Based on the book by Jennifer Serravallo, this training provides over 300 step-by-step strategies to help meet the individual reading needs of each student. From fluency to literary analysis, each strategy is cross-linked to skills, genres, and reading levels to provide teachers with “just-right” teaching.
Audience: ESE support facilitators, and K-8 inclusion teachers with struggling readers.
Place: TBA
Escaping the Nightmare through Accommodations   April 09 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Use your newly acquired skills for developing high quality accommodations in order to escape the "room". Learn how to develop, implement and assess accommodations that help students access the standards and make positive gains.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
Writing Strategies   April 13 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS
Based on the book by Jennifer Serravallo and grouped under 10 critical writing
goals, this training provides over 300 step-by-step strategies to help meet the
individual writing needs of each student.
Audience: All teachers
Place: TBA
Understanding Text and Readers   April 21 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Based on another great book by Jennifer Serravallo, this training will help teachers tailor their instruction to meet the needs of the student. It is critical to get to know our students in a holistic way. How Understanding Texts & Readers aims to do this is by offering teachers a variety of lenses through which to see our readers so we can invite students into the work of goal-setting and deep comprehension. When students know how books go and what they can do to better understand the content of their books, they will ultimately enjoy their time spent reading, both in and out of the classroom.
Audience: Teachers k-8
Place: TBA
Avoiding Power Struggles - Solutions    April 24 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Learn easy to use behavior strategies to avoid power struggles with students in the classroom.
Audience: All teachers
Place: TBA
Phonological Awareness   April 28 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call / Jenny Anthertz
Transform struggling readers into successful readers with this field-tested, evidence-based phonological awareness program. This supplemental Tier 2 curriculum is the ideal way to deliver systematic, intensive phonological awareness instruction to students in Grades K–2, whether they have language impairments or just need extra help with literacy skills. This proven program helps you sharpen struggling students’ phonological awareness skills through focused, small-group lessons that take just 30 minutes each. It walks you through every step, with explicit guidance, suggested scripts, teaching strategies, and tips on what to do when a student is still struggling with a skill. A must-have for teachers of young children and reading specialists
• align instruction with the Standards
• deliver high-quality RTI Tier 2 instruction
• improve four critical phonological awareness skills: rhyming, initial sounds, final sounds, and complete segmentation
• scaffold lessons and adapt the pace of instruction
• get results without significant time investment—just 30 minutes, three times a week
• enhance any existing curriculum
PRACTICAL MATERIALS: 100+ pages of downloadable classroom content! Game boards, word lists, implementation checklists, and more than 20 sets of colorful picture cards help students learn and retain phonological awareness skills in fun and engaging ways
Audience: All reading teachers
Place: TBA
ESE 101: A Three Ring Circus    April 30 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call / Phyllis Barrington
ESE 101: A Three Ring Circus focuses on three major components of special education: law, characteristics of learners, and evidenced-based practices. This training is intended for all teachers and paras working with students in self-contained or inclusion settings who want to learn more about the basics of ESE. Prepare to have carnival like fun as you learn more about your students and how to serve them!
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
LessonPix   May 01 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
LessonPix is an easy-to-use online tool that allows users to create various customized learning materials from any computer, tablet or even a smart phone. This will be an active session with participants working directly with the tools. Participants will leave with visual supports that can be used immediately use with their students.
Learn how to navigate this online tool to:
• Create numerous custom visual supports
• Browse the library that contains 1000's of pictures.
• Upload your own clip art or photos to use with our custom materials.
• Find ideas on how to use LessonPix at home, in the classroom, or with children with special needs.
• Explore the Sharing Center where all users of the program can share their creations and find new inspiration.
Audience: All Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, & Paraprofessionals currently working with students with disabilities
Place: PLCC
Tough Kid Social Skills   May 01 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Call/McMillan/Barrington
An extension of Tough Kids Tool Box ®, this one-day workshop provides a practical framework for teaching social skills to the Tough Kid®. Participants will learn how to identify social skills excesses and deficits, target “at-risk” students in need of intervention, track data for behavior, and be prepared to lead social skills instruction. This course provides an overview of the Tough Kid® Social Skills curriculum as well as strategies for how to effectively use the curriculum to improve student behavior. Participants will receive Dr. Susan M. Sheradin’s The Tough Kid® Social Skills book.
Audience: Teachers, Administrators, School Counselors, and Special Education Teachers working with students with social skills deficits. This curriculum is targeted toward students in grades 3-8.
Place: TBA
CREATING VISUAL SUPPORTS FOR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION and COMMUNICATION BOARDS.   May 04 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
NOTE: Prerequisite: This workshop is designed for participants who have previously taken Boardmaker Software Basics or LessonPix. Participants need to come prepared with a list of visual supports needed for the classroom, home and/or community.
The day is spent creating and adapting materials using Boardmaker Software or LessonPix to promote functional receptive/expressive communication skills in a variety of settings. All participants will have access to a color printer, laminate, Velcro, and other necessary materials to make a number of visual supports. The visual supports created during this workshop can be used immediately in the classroom, home or community.
Audience: Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, ParaProfessionals currently working with ESE students.
Place: PLCC
Survivor: Sensory Island   May 05 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Survivor: Sensory Island- Learn about student sensory integration difficulties while competing in a variety of sensory based challenges with your tribe. Based on Lauren H. Kerstein's My Sensory Book: Working Together to Explore Sensory Issues and the Big Feelings They Can Cause: A Workbook for Parents, Professionals, and Children. It is designed to be a tool to help parents, professionals and children themselves understand the sensory systems. The training focuses on the child as a whole person as we explore sensory issues, sensory modulation, emotional modulation, and the relationship between the sensory and emotional systems.
Audience: Audience: CSS teachers, VE teachers and/or teachers serving students with sensory needs.
Place: TBA
Dealing with Tough Kids: Practical Classroom Management Strategies   May 07 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Practical techniques for dealing with difficult students at all grade levels. The techniques are designed to reduce disruptive behavior and provide students with behavioral, academic and social survival skills. The presentation will review what causes “tough kid” behavior, how to practically assess it, and strategies to remediate it! An emphasis will be placed on proactive strategies and POSITIVE behavior management interventions such as Mystery Motivators, Reward Spinners and Behavior Bingo to reinforce positive behavior.
Audience: All teachers working with ESE students.
Place: TBA
Down Rabbit Hole with Executive Functioning    May 08 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
This training will give you strategies to help students who may struggle with cognitive flexibility, self-control, memory, organization/planning, and initiating task/staying focused on tasks. Complete your Wonderland Passport as you navigate through the complexities of Executive Functioning.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: TBA
A Framework for Understanding Poverty   May 14 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Jenny Anthertz
Sign in begins at 8 a.m.; the workshop is from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. How does poverty impact learning, work habits, or decision making? The reality of being poor brings out a survival mentality and turns attention away from opportunities taken for granted by everyone else. If you work with people in poverty, understanding of how different their world is from yours will be invaluable. In an educational setting, economic class differences create conflict and challenges for both teachers and students alike. Designed for educators at all levels, but helpful to counselors, administrators, and support staff, this seminar provides practical, real-world support and guidance for overcoming barriers and helping others succeed.
NOTE: This training does NOT meet the ESE 20 point requirement.
Audience: All Teachers
Place: PLCC
LessonPix   June 04 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
LessonPix is an easy-to-use online tool that allows users to create various customized learning materials from any computer, tablet or even a smart phone. This will be an active session with participants working directly with the tools. Participants will leave with visual supports that can be used immediately use with their students.
Learn how to navigate this online tool to:
• Create numerous custom visual supports
• Browse the library that contains 1000's of pictures.
• Upload your own clip art or photos to use with our custom materials.
• Find ideas on how to use LessonPix at home, in the classroom, or with children with special needs.
• Explore the Sharing Center where all users of the program can share their creations and find new inspiration.
Audience: All Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, & Paraprofessionals currently working with students with disabilities
Place: PLCC
CREATING VISUAL SUPPORTS FOR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION and COMMUNICATION BOARDS.   June 05 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Patti Weigel
NOTE: Prerequisite: This workshop is designed for participants who have previously taken Boardmaker Software Basics or LessonPix. Participants need to come prepared with a list of visual supports needed for the classroom, home and/or community.
The day is spent creating and adapting materials using Boardmaker Software or LessonPix to promote functional receptive/expressive communication skills in a variety of settings. All participants will have access to a color printer, laminate, Velcro, and other necessary materials to make a number of visual supports. The visual supports created during this workshop can be used immediately in the classroom, home or community.
Audience: Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, ParaProfessionals currently working with ESE students.
Place: PLCC
Adapt-A-Book    June 08 2020
Points: 7
Presenter: Patti Weigel
NOTE: Prerequisite: Participants MUST have taken a Boardmaker Software Basics or LessonPix prior and have the software skills necessary to work independently and in small groups adapting a children's book with visual supports and creating curriculum extensions for a book. Participants will receive a book and all materials needed to adapt the book.
Audience: Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, currently working with ESE students.
Place: PLCC
Reading Strategies   June 08 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Based on the book by Jennifer Serravallo, this training provides over 300 step-by-step strategies to help meet the individual reading needs of each student. From fluency to literary analysis, each strategy is cross-linked to skills, genres, and reading levels to provide teachers with “just-right” teaching.
Audience: ESE support facilitators, and K-8 inclusion teachers with struggling readers.
Place: TBA
Writing Strategies   June 09 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: FDLRS
Based on the book by Jennifer Serravallo and grouped under 10 critical writing
goals, this training provides over 300 step-by-step strategies to help meet the
individual writing needs of each student.
Audience: All teachers
Place: TBA
Understanding Text and Readers   June 10 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call
Based on another great book by Jennifer Serravallo, this training will help teachers tailor their instruction to meet the needs of the student. It is critical to get to know our students in a holistic way. How Understanding Texts & Readers aims to do this is by offering teachers a variety of lenses through which to see our readers so we can invite students into the work of goal-setting and deep comprehension. When students know how books go and what they can do to better understand the content of their books, they will ultimately enjoy their time spent reading, both in and out of the classroom.
Audience: Teachers k-8
Place: TBA
Phonological Awareness   June 11 2020
Points: 6
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Call / Jenny Anthertz
Transform struggling readers into successful readers with this field-tested, evidence-based phonological awareness program. This supplemental Tier 2 curriculum is the ideal way to deliver systematic, intensive phonological awareness instruction to students in Grades K–2, whether they have language impairments or just need extra help with literacy skills. This proven program helps you sharpen struggling students’ phonological awareness skills through focused, small-group lessons that take just 30 minutes each. It walks you through every step, with explicit guidance, suggested scripts, teaching strategies, and tips on what to do when a student is still struggling with a skill. A must-have for teachers of young children and reading specialists
• align instruction with the Standards
• deliver high-quality RTI Tier 2 instruction
• improve four critical phonological awareness skills: rhyming, initial sounds, final sounds, and complete segmentation
• scaffold lessons and adapt the pace of instruction
• get results without significant time investment—just 30 minutes, three times a week
• enhance any existing curriculum
PRACTICAL MATERIALS: 100+ pages of downloadable classroom content! Game boards, word lists, implementation checklists, and more than 20 sets of colorful picture cards help students learn and retain phonological awareness skills in fun and engaging ways
Audience: All reading teachers
Place: TBA
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