Oral Language Development for Typical and At Risk Children, Part 1

1.5 CPDs, Run time 32:57

Human beings are the only species with the ability to communicate through spoken language. This presentation will cover the development of speech and language for both typically and atypically developing children. An oral language curriculum, which augments the Montessori nomenclature will be discussed in this two-part webinar.
Dr. Joyce S. Pickering has been a Montessorian for over forty years. A speech and hearing pathologist, and learning disabilities specialist, she has devoted her life to addressing the needs of students with learning differences. Among her many awards and honors, she was the 2013 Living Legacy Recipient for the American Montessori Society. Joyce is Executive Director Emerita of Shelton School & Evaluation Center in Dallas, Texas, the world's largest independent school for children with learning differences.

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1.50 CPD credits  |  Certificate available
1.50 CPD credits  |  Certificate available