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Susie Hillard: Dyslexia SPELD Foundation WA  

Presents: Talk for Writing 2-Day Course

An evidence-based approach for teaching written expression. 

Thursday 11:00am – 4:30pm

Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm

Susie is a Primary and Secondary trained teacher, specialising in English and Social Sciences.  She has worked in schools in both England and Australia, assisting to guide the implementation of Talk for Writing.   Susie now works as a  literacy specialist at DSF, providing training, consultation and mentoring to teachers, other professionals and schools in Talk for Writing.  Susie is passionate about the TfW approach  after seeing the incredible achievements from students in her own classroom and the impact it has on children’s reading and writing progress at all levels.

This two-day workshop offers teachers an overview of the T4W approach and provides opportunities for hands-on participation in the steps of this exceptionally effective instructional approach.

It includes planning, both for a unit of work, based on instructional needs of the student and at a whole-school level; exploring the ‘Three I’s’ which are the basis of the Talk for Writing approach and providing effective feedback, accurate assessment and the development of grammatical skills.

Interstate participants please be aware SPELD SA is unable to mark off participation for interstate eductional accreditation (eg NESA & TQI)

SPELD SA Tutor $245
Member $315
Non-member $350

Morning tea and working lunch included (please advise of any allergies).

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Talk For Writing 2-Day Course 17/06/2021

Type Price Qty
Standard Ticket $350.00

Where it is

Republic Norwood (upstairs- no lift)
Room: Meeting Room at Venue
17 Jun 2021 - 18 Jun 2021
11:00 AM - 04:30 PM

SPELD SA is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 1969. We provide advice and services to children and adults with specific learning difficulties and those who care for, teach, and work with them.

Our organisation is governed by a council, whose members include parents, teachers, accountants, lawyers, psychologists, optometrists, doctors, speech pathologists and other interested professionals.

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