Presented by Keith R. Kline, OTR/L; and Roxanne Thompson, OTR
Join Paula Heinricher, OTR/L, and Valerie Zaryczny, OTR/L, who are both national workshop presenters for Learning Without Tears, to discuss and develop a solid understanding of effective ways to teach letter and number formation using digital teaching technology.
This edWebinar is packed with our most essential handwriting advice delivered to you by certified occupational therapists.
In this edWebinar, you will learn how handwriting can boost literacy scores and is essential for overall literacy success and evaluate your year through a literacy lens to find what might be missing.
In this edWebinar, learn how to integrate digital teaching technology into writing instruction and review ways to provide additional writing practice.
In this edWebinar, learn to Identify types of assessments and understand the important role of handwriting assessments in the classroom.
In this edWebinar, Christina Bretz, OTR, and Keith Kline, OTR, explore how to integrate digital teaching technology into writing instruction.
In this edWebinar, Katrina Erickson, OTR; and Amy Prechel, OTR, share leading Pre-K, handwriting, and keyboarding strategies to transform your students into confident communicators.
This is an introductory edWebinar and perfect for educators who want a refresher on readiness strategies and why handwriting is still important.
edWeb.net and Learning Without Tears have launched Crayons, Pencils, and Keyboards: Inspiring Learning in Your Elementary School Classroom, a free, professional learning community on edWeb. Through this online community, Learning Without Tears will bring together educators around the world and provide tips and tricks for making Pre-K-5 readiness, handwriting, and keyboarding fun and easy, and create confident communicators. Good handwriting is a crucial skill for student success. It develops the brain, enhancing neural activity and impacting the areas of the brain related to literacy. Students with good handwriting are also more likely to succeed in other subjects.