Free Online Seminar: Design to Teach A+ Worksheets

DATE: Nov. 8th, 2011
TIME: 8:00 pm ET

Worksheets are everywhere, and they can be a great tool for educators. However, using the wrong worksheets can actually interfere with a child’s education and school success.

During this seminar, you will:

  • Uncover the most common myths and assumptions about worksheets in the classroom
  • Discuss standards for assessing the quality of worksheets across a variety of subjects
  • Learn how to easily adapt your existing worksheets
  • Discover how A+ worksheets can help reinforce concepts with your students and add variety to your lessons

To register for this free event, click here.

Presenters

Todd Misura, OTR/L
Todd Misura has over 20 years of experience working with children. Todd was formerly a tenured 4th grade teacher and is currently a Licensed Occupational Therapist in Virginia, Maryland and DC. He works with HWT as one of their National Workshop Presenters. In this role, Todd has taught thousands of parents, teachers, administrators and therapists how to use the Handwriting Without Tears® program. He is the owner of Write Here Right Now, Inc. Write Here Right Now, Inc., an Occupational Therapist and tutoring practice that focuses in the remediation of childrens’ handwriting and written expression problems.

Bill Weaver, MOT, OTR/L
Bill is an Occupational Therapist in the school system and at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital – Center for Disabilities and Development. He is a Handwriting Without Tears Level 1 Certified handwriting specialist and offers private handwriting services along with running a summer handwriting camp at the University of Iowa. He is a member of the Autism Resource Team and has been trained in the various components of TEACCH. He also provides consultative services to the pediatric bio-behavioral clinics at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital.

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