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Tuesday 30th March 2021

Registration from 9:30am

Presentation 10:00am-12:00pm
(Including question time)

Supporting students with Working Memory difficulties

Presenter:
Amanda Hicks

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02 9806 9960

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Presentations:

Title: Learning and Literacy Specialist
Presenter: Amanda Hicks
 
This seminar will provide teachers, parents and health professionals with the latest research on Working Memory Theory and its impact on learning for children with deficits in their working memory. The seminar will not only provide theory but specific intervention strategies that can beutilised upon seminar completion. The seminar will continue to examine the impact deficits in working memory have on learning and reading and provide intervention strategies for utilisation in both the mainstream and learning support environment. The seminar will assist teachers in understanding cognitive load theory and working memory and its relationship to material design, teacher delivery and classroom design.


Cost:
LDC Member (Seminar Entry): $35
LDC Non-Member (Seminar Entry): $70
Seminar Entry and new Individual Membership (until Tuesday 31st May 2022) $68
Seminar Entry and new School Membership (until Tuesday 31st May 2022) $85
 
2 registrants permitted @ member rate per Individual Membership (Member + Guest).
6 staff permitted @ member rate per School/organisation Membership
Refund of fees, less 30% administration, will be available up to 14 days prior to conference commencement. No cancellations accepted later than 14 days to conference.  Substitute delegates welcomed at no extra charge.

 
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