Customized Presentations are Available Upon Request
Keynote: The Day in the Life of a Speech-Language Pathologist
Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Evaluation and Practical Treatment Strategies - This presentation provides the framework for evaluating CAS based on ASHA's 2007 position statement on this disorder. Treatment strategies include proven approaches and strategies for effective remediation.
Speech Sound Disorders and the Impact on Literacy Development - There is significant evidence regarding students with speech sound disorders and morphology/phonology skills. This seminar brings together working on speech sound disorders, morphology and phonology at the same time for the best outcome for correcting speech sound errors and boosting literacy skills at the same time.
Maximizing the Effectiveness of Your Language Therapy - This workshop provides effective and easy to implement strategies for the morphology, phonology, syntax, pragmatics and supra linguistic skills.
Language Differences vs. Language Disorders for English Language Learners and English as a Second Language - This seminar provides information regarding the morphology, phonology, syntax, and semantic foundations in order to build connections quicker for language skill acquisition.
The Language and Literacy Connection: SLPs Unique Role in Literacy Development and Dyslexia - As a full day seminar this training includes narrative development, morphology, phonology, and syntax. As a 1/2 day training, it would concentrate on either narrative development or the language domains.
The Three Tiers of Vocabulary - Based on Beck,McGowan and Kucan's work on vocabulary acquisition, this seminar provides practical techniques for increasing basic concepts, high frequency and curriculum based vocabulary skills. **** Great for Teachers and Resource Teachers!
A Language Processing Disorder: What It Is and How We Treat It - Psychologists will often state in their reports that the student has a language processing disorder or when a student has difficulty following directions in the classroom, the teacher may say, "I think it is language processing." Or, SLPs often use this term when they know that the difficulties are more than the 5 domains of language. Learn what a processing disorder is and how we can effectively evaluate and treat it.
Can't Remediate that /R/? Try this Technique - This hands on workshop applies motor learning to remediating the /r/ sound. This approach can be used for all speech sounds and more specifically to that /r/ that just won't remediate.
Project Based Language Therapy: Integrating into Classroom Projects, STEM and STEAM - This seminar supports speech-language pathologists and resource teachers in integrating goals into classroom projects or using a project based design in language therapy.
Collaboration Among Teachers and Speech-Language Pathologists - This workshop is designed for teachers and speech-language pathologists for methods of collaboration within the classroom. The more collaboration that occurs - the better the outcome for each student.
How to Improve Your Presentation Skills - This hands on workshop targets adults who want to improve their ability to present. This includes skills needed for business meetings to large audience presentations.
Offered through Courter Communications
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Offered through the Bureau of Education and Research
SLP 2 Day Conference
Feb 10-11, 2020 Pasadena, CA
Feb 12-13 Sacramento, CA
Maximizing Your Language Therapy
Jan 21-24, 2020 Richmond, VA; Raleigh, NC; New Orleans, LA; Jackson, MS; Long Island, NY
101 Therapy Strategies to Improve Your Effectiveness
Feb 24-28, 2020 Springfield and St. Louis, MO; Peoria and Chicago, IL; Appleton, WI
March 10-13, 2020 Newark, Long Branch, and Princeton, NJ; Baltimore, MD
Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Evaluation and Treatment
March 23-27, 2020 Burlington, VT; Manchester, NH; Portland, ME; Boston, MA; Buffalo, NY
Language Processing Disorder: What It Is and How to Treat It
April 27-30, 2020 Anaheim, Pasadena, Fresno, Sacramento, CA
May 11-15, 2020 Cincinnati, OH; Indianapolis, IN; Champaign and Chicago, IL; Milwaukee,
Offered through The Institute for Educational Development
Language Differences vs Language Disorders for English Language Learners
Feb 5 and 6, 2020 Long Island, NY and Cherry Hill, NJ
March 2 and 3, 2020 Albuquerque, NM and Ontario, CA
The SLP's Unique Role in Supporting Students with Dyslexia and Other Language Based Learning Disorders
April 13 -1514, 2020 Knoxville, TN; Atlanta, GA; Columbia, SC
May 4 and 5, 202 Detroit, MI, St. Louis, MO
Collaboration Among Teachers and Speech-Language Pathologists 2nd ed
by Margo Kinzer Courter & Morgan Geise
"It is great to have a practicing speech-language pathologist who understands what we do!"
"Margo held my attention throughout the day!"
"Margo presents hands on strategies that I can use immediately with my students!"
"Great presentation and lots of applicable materials."
"Margo is knowledgeable and offers great examples."
Margo Kinzer Courter, MA, MBA, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL, is a national presenter/trainer, adjunct professor, consultant, and speech-language pathologist. She possesses the certificate of clinical competence in speech-language pathology from the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association. She is a board certified specialist in child language and language disorders. She is the 2013 recipient of the Nancy McKinley Leadership and Mentoring Award from OSSPEAC, the 2016 Distinguished Teaching and Outstanding Contribution to the Education Profession from the Bureau of Education and Research, and 2019 recipient of Honors of the Association from the Indiana Speech, Language and Hearing Association..
Margo Kinzer Courter is also the author of Here’s How Children Learn Speech and Language: A Text on Different Learning Strategies by Plural Publishing, and See It & Say It Visual Phonics through Courter Communications, LLC. She is the coauthor of Collaboration Among Teachers and Speech-Language Pathologists, 2nd edition with Morgan Geise.
Whether presenting, teaching, consulting, or providing therapy services, her ultimate goal is to serve students with language based learning disorders.