Teaching Middle and High School Students using Structured Literacy
For those already familiar with multisensory structured literacy, this will be the perfect complement to building competency in working with students of all ages.
This in-person, small group course is offered to the general public as well as those in the Jemicy community.

When: Summer 2024
July 29 & 30 9:00 am  - 3:00 pm EDT

Location: Jemicy School - Lower & Middle School Campus
11 Celadon Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Instructor: Andrea Seurkamp, Language Skills and Decoding Department Chair

Cost: $325
Includes a digital workbook of resources and certificate of completion (for those who qualify)

Participants can earn one (1) graduate credit from NDMU (for an additional fee) if the course is successfully completed.

For questions and/or additional information, contact:

Megan McGowan (410) 753-8029 or mmcgowan@jemicyschool.org.

Participants Will:

This course is designed for instructors familiar with structured literacy, as more advanced principles will be addressed.  Topics will include morphology/vocabulary development, fluency development, comprehension strategies, and advanced O-G concepts/skills.  The course will focus on working with middle and high school students, so material selection, techniques, etc., will be essential components of the class.
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