Arwood Class in Salem: Live and Online
Thinking with a Visual Brain in an Auditory World, presented by Ellyn Lucas Arwood, Ed.D., CCC-SLP-SLP
There are 2 ways to attend this presentation:
Live, Onsite Class—Salem Hospital, Building B (Auditorium) Salem, Oregon, Friday, February 7th, 2014, 10:00 to 4:15 (ASHA CEUs available)
Online Video Class—Launches February 24, 2014 with live interactive questions and answers on March 3, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.
Cost: $179 per person (Group rate of 3 or more $159.00 per person)
Description: Most people learn to think with a visual brain but live in an auditory culture. This workshop provides participants with the neuroscience behind how learners become literate through the Neuro-Semantic Language Learning Theory (NLLT). Participants will be provided with numerous examples of how to use language strategies for increased literacy across ages and population.
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APRICOT, Inc. Receives Continued Approval as an ASHA Approved Continuing
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
ASHA CE Provider Media Relations
CONTACT: Renee Levinson
October 21, 2013 -- The Continuing Education Board (CEB) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) recognized APRICOT, Inc. on October 17, 2013 by reapproving them for an additional five years as an ASHA Approved Continuing Education (CE) Provider. ASHA Approved CE Providers are approved to offer ASHA Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the courses they offer to audiologists and speech-language pathologists. The recognition period extends for five years and includes all courses offered during that time that meet the ASHA CEB standards.
“We are pleased to welcome APRICOT, Inc. as our newest ASHA Approved CE Provider organization,” stated Dr. Patricia Prelock, president of ASHA and dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Vermont. Prelock added “APRICOT, Inc. is part of the 525 organizations in the United States and internationally that have had their organizational process and courses reviewed by our experts in continuing education to ensure the highest possible standards are met.”
In order to achieve ASHA Approved CE Provider status, APRICOT, Inc. completed a rigorous application process and successfully demonstrated adherence to the ASHA Continuing Education Board standards that focus on the design, development, administration, and evaluation of its continuing education courses offered for audiologists and speech-language pathologists. The re-approval process involved the review of all courses offered by APRICOT, Inc. in the past five year period and their on-going adherence to ASHA CEB standards. As a result of re-approval, APRICOT, Inc. agreed to continue their compliance with ASHA CEB standards and can continue to promote their organization and courses using the ASHA CE logo on promotional course material. In addition, APRICOT, Inc. is listed on the ASHA CEB’s Approved CE Provider list and their courses that meet CEB standards appear in the ASHA CE Course Search on the ASHA website.
Two Special Education Conferences
Ellyn Lucas Arwood will be presenting at the…
Special Education Conference
on May 7, 8 & 9, 2014
Golden Gateway Hotel and Conference Center
San Francisco, CA
Wednesday, May 7, 2014- (8:00am-4:00pm)
Course #5- Visual Learning in an Auditory World
Thursday, May 8, 2014- (8:00am-4:00pm)
Course #10- Behavior and Language: “Behavior is Not Discipline”
Friday, May 9, 2014- (8:00am-4:00pm)
Course #15- Reading and Writing is a Language Learning Process
Bonnie Robb, M.Ed. will be presenting at the…
Special & General Education Conference
on March 5, 6 & 7, 2014
Grand Hyatt Conference Center and Hotel
Downtown Seattle, Washington
Thursday, March 6, 2014- (8:00am-4:00pm)
Course #13- Reading and Writing is a Language Learning Process
For more information about both conferences go to: rehabseminars.org
2013 and 2014 WORKSHOPS
Please check out the complete list of workshops for the upcoming year! Remember that both the September and January workshops are mentor/mentee workshops. As a former workshop attendee, you can register yourself along with a guest who can attend the workshop for free, provided that this is the first APRICOT workshop your guest has attended. One "mentee" per participant is permitted.
APRICOT, Inc. Partners with the University of Portland!!!
The University of Portland now offers 700 level graduate credit* for approved APRICOT workshops. Participants who sign up for the University of Portland credit will receive .5 semester hour credits for 5.5 hours of instruction time. Each .5 credit will cost $40 and will be collected by APRICOT, Inc. at the time of registration.
*offered as non-matriculating credit; used for professional continuing education (CEUs)
Neuro-Educator Courses and Post Master Certification
APRICOT wishes to showcase the Neuro-education courses now available at University of Portland. You can read more at: http://education.up.edu/default.aspx?cid=10399&pid=278
APRICOT Congratulates Bonnie Robb
The APRICOT family is proud to congratulate APRICOT Presenter Bonnie Robb, winner of the prestigious Milken Award, a national educator's award recognizing those who demonstrate "exceptional educational talent as evidenced by effective instructional practices and student learning results in the classroom and school." Bonnie is now an education specialist who is based in the Administration Building (B.E.S.C.) of the Portland Public Schools, Portland Oregon.
During September, 2009, Bonnie was the presenter at the following APRICOT Workshop: "Visual Language Strategies for Differentiated Learning . . . 'Thinking to See'"
Read more about Bonnie's award at the Oregonian newspaper's web site at this web link: http://photos.oregonlive.com/oregonian/2008/12/oregon_teacher_earns_milken_aw.html
Recently, Bonnie was selected for the Kappa Delta Pi Teacher Award.
Co-Morbidity among Disabilities: Language and Neuroeducation
Language functions as a synergystic product of the human brain. Likewise, the brain functions in a dynamic way to create language. The interaction between the brain and the way language functions results in learning systems that manifest overlapping behavioral symptoms. For example, those individuals diagnosed with ADHD could also be diagnosed with an autism disorder; and, the behavior that fi...Read More
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