Oct
14
9:00am 9:00am

The Orton-Gillingham Math Lesson Plan: Yes, there is one!

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Presented by: Marilyn Wardrop and Donna Cole

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Broadway Church: 2700 East Broadway, Vancouver

Registration opens at 8:30

 

This workshop will introduce a flexible, easy to use lesson plan for teaching the Orton-Gillingham Math approach for students with dyslexia, dyscalculia and to all students who struggle to learn foundational math skills.

 

What to expect:

  • A targeted journey through our OG Math process
  • Experience an OG Math lesson plan from both an OG Practitioner's view and a student's view
  • Expect to see how math can be fun even for struggling students
  • Some ideas to take forward and FAQ wrap-up

Early Bird CATT Members: $60

Early Bird Non Members: $100

CATT Members: $75

Non Members: $125

 

Early Bird Registration Ends October 5th, 2017

REGISTER NOW

 

REGISTER EARLY! SPACE IS LIMITED!

Catered lunch is included with registration.

***Online registrants, please print your own receipt. Online receipts will not be given out at event.*** 

 

 

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CATT Member to Member
Jun
7
7:00pm 7:00pm

CATT Member to Member

Beyond the Checkmark: Motivating, Inspiring and Preparing to work with LD students

Presented by Michelle MacIntosh and Jenn Clark

Eagle's Club
170 West 3rd, North Vancouver BC
*additional parking is available at the Presentation House Theatre (333 Chesterfield Ave)

Come learn some tips, tricks and tools on how to deal with difficult behaviours and more importantly, how to inspire your students.

You will come away with:

 
  • Hands on materials/ideas to implement the next day with your LD student
  • Tips on how to promote a growth mindset
  • An opportunity to share success stories and learn from other OG Practitioners.
  • A list of resources and readings to support your professional development.

Come to our hands-on presentation and be prepared to participate and go home with ideas to engage and support your students.

*This event is free to CATT-OG members but pre-registration is required.
Cost for non-members is $30.

Click HERE to register.

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CATT Spring Fling & AGM
Apr
22
8:30am 8:30am

CATT Spring Fling & AGM

“Morphology Matters:
Using Roots and Affixes to Build Vocabulary and Decoding Skills.”

Present by: William Van Cleave

BROADWAY CHURCH
2700 East Broadway, Vancouver
Doors open at 8:15am

     Recognizing that most schooling provides decoding at only the primary level, this workshop picks up where basic word attack leaves off.
      Even with effective basic phonics instruction, readers are often unable to handle difficult vocabulary, the increased quantity of text, and its complexity. An understanding of morphology, or the meaning parts that comprise words, is valuable for the development of vocabulary and word attack skills.
      In this interactive, hands-on workshop participants practice with each concept and learn tools useful for helping students understand and decode unfamiliar words.

     Visit www.wvced.com to view William's materials, including "Phrases and Sentences for Reading and Spelling" and "Everything You Want to Know and Exactly Where to Find It" which are being offered at a pre-conference discount of $30 U.S.  
   All materials can be pre-ordered ONLY.   Please contact William at vcedconsulting@aol.com with your order.

Early Bird CATT Members: $55
Early Bird Non Members: $125
CATT Members: $75
Non Members: $150
Early Bird Registration Ends: April 8th, 2017

REGISTER NOW


Members please join us afterward for the CATT-OG AGM.

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

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.

Click HERE to register.

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