Handwriting is a skill that every child and adult on the planet needs regardless of age or skill level, or functional level. Everyone needs to be able to write with a pen or pencil on paper. Even though technology is rapidly becoming available and next accessible to many people, writing is still an essential life skill and will be for the life of our children now. As educators and parents, we need to know how best to help our children develop effective and efficient writing skills. There are many different strategies and programs for teaching writing. In this workshop, we will cover a long-term approach to training handwriting and the data collection and monitoring of your progress over time. Children take years to develop efficient handwriting, and those with special needs take even longer. In this workshop, we will look at some essential strategies for teaching writing as well as monitoring progress over many months and even years. Please join us. This will be a quick-moving workshop with a lot of information that could be a benefit to all children as well as the teams supporting those children .
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The content was evidence-based and backed up by data and research. It was effectively explained by rich and relevant examples.
“INTERACTIVE, GOOD ACCESS TO MATERIALS”
We were able to be interactive and get involved in the workshop. It has very good access to materials such as presentation slides and research references.
“PASSIONATE & HELPFUL”
Your passion just shows through when you speak and
I liked how you are working on so many projects that support your passion. You are helping so many children and parents. I am just so happy that I came upon your post about these webinars because I am learning a lot through them. I am excited to attend the next sessions and learn a lot more.
“WEALTH OF RESOURCES”
I liked the enthusiasm of the presenter, ideas to use the next day, wealth of resources.. Can't wait to explore!! I have been trying to add something like this into my sessions for a couple of years with little success and this just makes so much sense.
It was a very informative lecture, I’m glad that I could attend such a beneficial seminar. I’ve got a lot of ideas for the students' improvement.
“INTERESTING AND MOTIVATING”
The practical kept the presentation interesting and motivating.
“FUN AND PRACTICAL”
This training was really fun and practical and it’s
something we can implement right away. You are definitely a wealth of knowledge and I look forward to learning more!
“SUPERB WAY OF DEMONSTRATING”
The practical session was a superb way to help us
understand the correct technique to use technology
in an appropriate way. I loved every demonstration where you showed us what the program actually did.
“GREAT RESOURCES AND
It has great resources and practical ideas that I can use straight away during my sessions.
“ORGANIZED AND EFFICIENT”
The training materials are very organized and efficient.
Bridgette Nicholson has been an occupational therapist and assistive technology consultant for over 32 years.
Previously, she provided consultation services for school districts in the field of assistive technology for students with special needs, for both high and low-incidence students.
Services and training have included presentations on a variety of topics related to assistive technology and Universal Design for Learning for school districts, organizations, and conferences.
She now develops informational websites and online tools for educators and students in general and special education. In addition, she provides training and interactive workshops on the topic of Powerful Strategies for Optimal Learning with Brain-Body Integration and Technology for Learning.