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Friday, February 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
What did you say? Supporting Speech Sound Development in the Classroom

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Between 2.3-24.6% of children have speech sound disorders. Preschoolers with difficulty pronouncing words are 2.5x more likely to develop a learning disability in reading. Early intervention helps to mitigate these risks. If you would like to help students develop clearer speech, then this session with a speech-language pathologist is for you. Attendees will come away with resources and tips for teaching commonly mispronounced sounds to support students' ability to share their thoughts, feelings, and knowledge with others.
Target Audience: Elementary Staff, Inclusive Education Teachers, ELL Teachers, LATs
Please feel free to email candice.boden@sd23.bc.ca with questions in advance.

Join the session: https://sd23.zoom.us/j/66993599694 

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Candice Boden

SD23 SLP and presenter, SD23
Candice Boden has an undergraduate degree in education and a masters degree in speech-language pathology. She works within the Rutland Family of schools as well as E School. She is a firm believer in using evidence-based practice within her therapy and loves working with families... Read More →


Friday February 18, 2022 1:00pm - 2:30pm PST