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PRSRT STD U S POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO 10 GRAND FORKS ND 58201 The UND MSUM 2012 Spring Symposium Academic Credit The symposium has been approved for one semester hour of graduate credit at the University of North Dakota Course Number CSD 900 Grading S U or letter grade requires graded assignment and must select grade option when registering Participants wishing to enroll for academic credit must Register online at http educators und edu workshops Search by topic city or month to locate course Pay an additional 50 fee when completing the online registration Registration period is March 22 April 28 2012 UND MSUM Spring Symposium Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders University of North Dakota 290 Centennial Drive Stop 8040 Grand Forks ND 58202 8040 Integrating Literacy Into Speech Language Interventions Continuing Education This symposium has been approved by the North Dakota State Board of Examiners on Audiology and SpeechLanguage Pathology for continuing education in speechlanguage pathology April 26 27 2012 Alerus Center 1200 South 42nd Street Grand Forks North Dakota Additional Information Speaker Hotel Accommodations Laura Justice Ph D CCC SLP Sponsored by the Faculties of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders The University of North Dakota and the Department of Speech Language Hearing Sciences Minnesota State University Moorhead Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided each day Soft drink machines are available near the meeting rooms Please note The Alerus Center does not allow any food or drinks from outside the Center A block of rooms has been reserved at following hotels for April 25 26 To secure the conference rate you must reserve your room s by March 25 2012 Be sure to specify that you are attending the UND MSUM Spring Symposium for the special rate Canad Inns 89 tax 1000 South 42nd Street Grand Forks ND 58201 Phone 701 772 8404 Fax 701 772 1320 Mention group 260392 Sleep Inn Suites 89 tax 1350 South 42nd Street Grand Forks ND 58201 Phone 701 757 2900 Fax 701 757 2914 This symposium is intended for speech language pathologists preschool and elementary level educators university faculty graduate students and others interested in language and early literacy development assessment and intervention Presentation Abstract Children with speech language disabilities have an elevated susceptibility for reading disorders Reading research of the last decade has provided convincing evidence that for many children reading disorders can be prevented through systematic and explicit interventions SLPs can and should ensure that the children we serve have access to such preventative efforts either in our own practice or in our collaborations with others This seminar will provide an in depth examination of such topics as What is reading and what are major milestones we see as children develop reading competencies What early competencies are most related to future reading achievement and how can these be assessed to inform interventions And perhaps most importantly what are some empirically validated approaches to intervention that can leverage recent research on preventing reading disorders in children Participants will leave with enhanced knowledge of reading development and disorders as well as tools they can use in their practices with children Learner Outcomes Participants will identify major achievements in reading development in the preschool years and primary grades describe risk factors that raise children s susceptibility for reading disorders identify approaches for criterion related assessment of vocabulary phonological awareness print knowledge and inferential language skills For More Information Contact Peg Biberdorf Sarah Robinson or Mary Jo Schill at 701 777 3232 or email maryjo schill und edu peggy biberdorf und edu sarah robinson und edu Symposium General Schedule Thursday April 26 7 30 to 8 30a m Registration 8 30a m to noon Presentation Noon to 1p m Lunch Discussion 1p m to 5 30p m Presentation Friday April 27 8a m to noon Noon to 1p m 1p m to 4p m Presentation Lunch Discussion Presentation Half of the lunch hour each day will be devoted to discussion that counts toward continuing education Speaker Laura Justice PhD is a clinical speech language pathologist and applied researcher in early childhood language and literacy development educational interventions and communication disorders Justice is Professor in the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University where she also directs the Children s Learning Research Collaborative a research unit within the Department of Teaching and Learning Dr Justice s research activities have been supported by grants from the American Speech Language Hearing Foundation the International Reading Association the National Institutes of Health and the U S Department of Education She is currently the Principal Investigator of a research portfolio that exceeds 30 000 000 in federal funding Dr Justice sits on grant panels of the National Institutes of Health and the Institute of Education Sciences and was awarded a Presidential Award in 2005 from the U S government for her contributions to educational research the PECASE award from President H W Bush Justice has been a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Zagreb Croatia 2008 an Erskine Fellow at the University of Canterbury New Zealand 2004 and a Senior Fellow in the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Bologna Italy 2010 She has published more than 100 articles and chapters on early education and language literacy development and intervention and has authored or edited more than ten books including Language Development from Theory to Practice Communication Disorders A Contemporary Perspective and Scaffolding with Storybooks Justice is the Founding Editor of EBP Briefs published by Pearson and is the immediate Past Editor of the American Journal of Speech Language Pathology Pre registration Form This form must be received by April 19 2012 PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE CLIP THIS REGISTRATION FORM HERE AND RETURN WITH PAYMENT TO THE ADDRESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS FORM Intended Audience NAME TELEPHONE INCLUDE AREA CODE E MAIL ADDRESS MAILING ADDRESS CITY STATE AND ZIP Symposium Fees Professional 190 Student 50 Both include meals and refreshments Make check payable to The University of North Dakota Due to restrictions and precautions that our banking institution has put in place we are unable to accept personal checks drawn from a


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