High Impact Strategies for Supporting Secondary Students (Replay)

$88.89 inc GST

Please note: This is a purchase for the replay of this event.

There is an automatic 10% discount for credit card or PayPal payments, that will reduce the price to $80.

Topics include:

Oral Language
Positive Behaviour

This purchase is for 30 day(s) access to this training.


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Each of our speakers are experts in their fields and we are lucky enough to have two LDA members who presented on the day.

Renae Watkins, (who also happens to work tirelessly as our Treasurer and Website Editor) will present on engaging strategies in both assessment and instruction in evidence-based spelling, reading and vocabulary for secondary students.

Melanie Henry, our newly minted LDA Consultant Member, will present on small shifts practitioners can make to improve oral language in students. Melanie will lead us through implementation of read alouds, explicit vocabulary instruction as well as sentence and discourse level strategies in oral language to improve academic outcomes for struggling secondary students.

Ben Saulsman, who brings his years of experience as a Mathematics consultant in Western Australia will provide engaging resources and scaffolds to help students with numeracy challenges make sense of concepts such as Place Value and Multiplicative thinking. These skills are essential foundational knowledge for success in numeracy.

Finally, Dr Sharonne Telfer is a researcher and teacher who has trained hundreds of school staff in implementing School-Wide Positive Behavioural Interventions and Supports. She will provide the audience with number of evidence-based, high-leverage classroom management and instructional practices to increase the likelihood of student connectedness, academic engagement and positive behaviour. Her presentation will include explicit strategies for building quality teacher-student relationships, establishing positive classroom behaviour expectations, providing students with precorrections, and giving high rates of specific feedback.