19th Annual Spring Fling & AGM
Apr
27
9:00 AM09:00

19th Annual Spring Fling & AGM

  • Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel *NEW LOCATION* (map)
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From Phonology to Syllabication to Morphology

Integrating The Three Levels of Decoding and Encoding

Presenting: Ron Yoshimoto

We're excited to have Ron Yoshimoto back to Vancouver for Spring Fling 2019. His special presentation will emphasize syllabication and morphology, with hands-on activities to support our practices. Attendees will be also gain lots of teaching materials made by Yoshimoto. Don't miss!

Ronald Yoshimoto has been in fields of dyslexia and education for over 40 years as a general education teacher, a special education resource teacher, social worker/counselor, educational diagnostician, elementary and middle principal of a private school for dyslexic and gifted students for over 18 years, and a consultant and teacher trainer for OG basic, OG Advanced, Multisensory Math , OG Preschool and OG ELL. He is the founder and director of Orton-Gillingham International (based in Denver), the Dyslexic and O-G Institute (based in Hawaii) and the founder of the MSL Centre (OG therapy Centre in Singapore). He has done training in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Manila,  Nova Scotia, and Australia. He has trained teachers (public school to primary emphasis) to do OG in one-on-one, small group and whole classroom settings. He is a Fellow of the AOGPE and was its vice-president and president of the Hawaii Branch of the International Dyslexia Association. 


Limited spaces for this event, so sign-up early!

Early Bird CATT Member price: $125.00
Early Bird Non-Member price: $175.00

Regular CATT Member price: $150.00
Regular Non-Member price: $200.00

Early Bird Registration Ends: March 31, 2019

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Lunch is not included.

CATT AGM to be held after the presentation for members only


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Apr
28
8:30 AM08:30

18th Annual Spring Fling & AGM

CATT Spring Fling 2018

18th Annual Spring Fling & AGM

Saturday April 28, 2018

New Location!
ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTRE
3075 Slocan Street, Vancouver
 

Presenting: Marcia Mann

“Language, Dyslexia and Navigating the Rules of the Road”


Marcia will help us explore the current research and role of grammar and written output in O-G structures.

Marcia Mann has been a specialist in the area of Speech Pathology and Orton-Gillingham techniques for over 50 years. Her work in this field has taken her all over the U.S. as a teacher, professor, consultant, trainer and therapist. She is a frequent guest speaker at conferences in the U.S., Europe, Asia and the Middle East and is a Certified Master Trainer for Orton-Gillingham International.
 

Early Bird CATT Members: $75.00

Early Bird Non Members: $125.00

CATT Members: $100.00

Non Members: $150.00
 

Early Bird Registration Ends: April 15, 2018

Doors open at 8:30

Vendors and Lunch included
 

CATT AGM to be held after the presentation for members only

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CATT Sponsored Informational Evening
Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

CATT Sponsored Informational Evening

"Changing Trajectories"


Presented by Penny Shepherd-Hill


February 2nd, 2017   7-9pm

James Cameron School
20245 Dewdney Trunk Rd, Maple Ridge BC


Penny Shepherd-Hill is a tireless advocate for those that struggle to learn.  She is recognized for her deep understanding and proficiency of solid language and math learning and writes and speaks widely on dyslexia and other learning disabilities. 

During this informational evening, Penny Shepherd-Hill will focus on the history of dyslexia research, including recent research presenting neural signatures of dyslexia, and discuss common confusions and how to change public understanding of what dyslexia is.

This presentation is open to both OG Practitioners and families of those with dyslexia.  Please pass this information on to the families you support should you think the information would help them gain a better understanding of dyslexia.

*This event is free to ALL but pre-registration is required.

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