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Assessing and Providing Instructional Support to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students in the Preschool Classroom

- Teachers, Psychologists, Speech Language Pathologists Who Work in Preschool Classrooms


  • Assess preschoolers in the areas of executive functioning, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and emerging reading.
  • Use play-based activities in preschool classrooms to develop executive functioning, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and emerging reading in culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

Important Session Information:

This course will focus on assessment and instructional strategies that can be incorporated into the preschool classroom to decrease the need for direct speech and language services for culturally and linguistically diverse students (e.g., children considered to be at-risk, English Learners (EL)/multilingual children, children who speak a dialect of English, and undeserved students). Teachers and SLPs can collaborate to support language and literacy as well as play-based activities and social language within the classroom setting. Assessment and activities will focus on executive functioning, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, emerging reading, the development of play, and classroom strategies unique to culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

**Free registration for HCESC colleagues and affiliates. Please use promocodes noted in the promo code box**

Registration for this session has ended
Session ID:
39535
Credits Available:
(6.5) Contact Hours
Seats Available:
51
Fee:
$129.00
Contact Person:
Ann Slone
Instructor(s):
Kathleen Vogt
Rachel Wright Karem, M.A. CCC-SLP
Kelsey Green
Date Time Location
10/29/2019 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Princeton Administrative Building
3900 Cottingham Drive, Cincinnati, 45241




11083 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45231