Sat, Sep 19|
Back to School Boot Camp- (Max 12) For Teachers of Dyslexic Students
Two weeks of complete PERSONALIZED support for all your online needs from a seasoned Online Wilson Teacher!
Time & Location
Sep 19, 2020, 8:00 AM EDT
About the Event
Back to School Boot Camp for Teachers of Students with Dyslexia
Learn everything you need to know to be a success online and have complete personalized support for 2 weeks as school gets back in session. MInimize prep, tech, and maximize engagement, by "Keeping it Super Simple"!
Kick-Off Cohort Meeting will be Saturday, September 19, 8:00am-9:0 am
What is included:
4 (60-minute cohort meetings)
Saturday and Sunday from 8:00-9:00 am. -(recorded for your convenience because of crazy schedules.if you can't make it)
Class 1:(9/19---8:00-9:00am EST) Setting you up for Success from Day One and Establishing Rapport
Class 2: (9/20--8:00-9:00am EST) Simplify your teaching with minimal materials and the document camera
Class 3: (9/26--8:00-9:00am EST) Teaching Reading and Spelling the Multi-Sensory Way
Class 4: (9/27 ---8:00-9:00am EST) Behavior Management/Games/Movement online
2-30 minute 1:1s scheduled at your convenience to ask your questions, roleplay as student and teacher, and gain even more resources based on your needs.
*Copies of all workshops (5 hours of training to download on your time) Teaching Reading Online the Multi-Sensory Way, Teaching Spelling Online the Multi-Sensory Way, Engaging Students with Games and Movement, Behavior Management Online, and Establishing a Connection from Day 1.
🎁🛍BRAND NEW: Access to private facebook group where we can continue our conversations. I will post videos, lesson plan ideas, business advice, research, resourcs etc. Everything in one place to Keep it Super Simple Online!🛍🎁
The total package is $160- that's less than 3 paid tutoring sessions
Let me be your online teaching coach and help you KEEP IT SUPER SIMPLE. You can teach how you love, even when online!
Why should you attend?
I am sure you guys are overloaded with webinars and presentations, why should you give me your time? After all, I am not a premier researcher, have not written any books, and do not sell any top products. However, I have been in your shoes. Both as a special educator under pressure in a public school setting and a new tutor trying to make it in the online world. Do you remember when you took all those classes and read all those books from university, but when you entered the classroom you were lost? I am sure that’s how you feel right now! I felt that way when I first started teaching online nearly 2 years ago. The bad news is teaching online is HARD! The only way I learned to be better as an online teacher, was all the on the job training with my students. Is anyone in your webinars telling you what to do when a student shows up in their bed? Or how about when their materials are downstairs? Presenters sharing what to do with the student that pretends they can’t hear you? Writes all over the lesson plan? Sinks out of the screen? There has to be a better way! Learn from someone who all those things have happened to and my students trained me through over a 1 and a half of trial and error. Let me give you some shortcuts and suggestions you can use tomorrow!
I was a special educator in Massachusetts for 7 years, before launching my online business of 1. I have worked online successfully with students with ADHD, early literacy needs, and reading disabilities. To this date, I have trained over 1000 teachers to work online successfully with an emphasis on keeping things super simple and connecting to students. I am dual certified with a master's in Elementary Education and Teaching Moderate Disabilities Pre-k-8 from Lesley University. While teaching at Sudbury Public Schools in MA, I earned my Wilson Certification, Empower Certification, and attended training in behavior management, Project Read, assistive technology, diagnostic assessments, multi-sensory methods, and Fundations, More recently I participated in trainings with Social Thinking, Lively Letters, Handwriting without Tears, and David Kilpratick For the past 4 years, I have been part of the home school initiative for students with special needs, facilitated virtual learning for school choice, and have been a private educator for students with dyslexia and early literacy needs.
Back to School Boot Camp