Remediating Literacy and Reading : Using Evidence Based Practices
Thank you for signing up for our workshop Remediating Literacy and Reading : Using Evidence Based Practices presented by Annelize Clark, Kalie Naidoo & Jeannine Cloete.
We will send you further information closer to the time. *Strict COVID regulations apply. Limited spaces.
This interactive workshop will explore typical literacy development and how the learner with literacy difficulties differs.
Time will be devoted to the importance of phonological awareness and the value of developing these skills in a fun, interactive manner.
The workshop will explore a structured, cumulative and multisensory approach to phonics teaching and provide participants with activity ideas for small groups and individual intervention.
The administration of a free screening tool will be demonstrated and attendees will leave with an understanding of the importance of assessment-informed intervention. Further, the importance of reading fluency and vocabulary for comprehension will be discussed and participants will learn how to develop these skills in a structured and engaging way.
18 HPCSA CPD points applied for
SACE allocates 15 points for this course
Bellavista SHARE is a SACE Provider: 11363
Venue: Bellavista School, 35 Wingfield Ave, Birdhaven, JHB
2 Day workshop:
09 & 10 March 2022 from 08h30 – 15h30 (Registration at 08h00)
Please note that we have a 48 hour cancellation policy. We do understand however that emergencies happen. In such cases we will be able to offer you a credit towards another product, less the catering and administration costs
About the presenters
Annelize Clark is an Occupational Therapist and Foundation Phase Teacher with a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Intervention. Her passion lies with inclusion and teaching foundational skills to those with barriers to learning, particularly within the area of literacy.
She is the online co-ordinator and moderator for the Award in Dyslexia and Literacy at Bellavista SHARE.
Kalie Naidoo is a clinical psychologist and social worker with multi-sectoral experience in reaching children and their families. She has extensive educational experience in service delivery and training of educators and health practitioners in early childhood education, literacy and dyslexia. Her development work expertise ranges from program development, training in psycho-social support, curriculum development and training for early childhood development (ECD) practitioners, facilitating support groups for home based careers, parents, children; project management, and research and evaluation skills. Kalie presently works part time as the course leader for Bellavista SHARE’s program in literacy and dyslexia, and part time as a clinician at the WITS Donald Gordon Medical Center.
Jeannine Cloete is a remedial therapist with over three decades of experience in education. She has a specific interest in the area of dyslexia and literacy difficulties. She believes that learning should be enjoyable and is well-known for her fun and engaging approach to teaching as well as her willingness to share her games and other teaching resources.