We offer live, interactive workshops for Handwriting, Keyboarding, Early Learning, and Special Education. We also have on-demand workshops for Hybrid Instruction.
Interested in attending a combination of virtual workshops?
Register for two workshops (Pre-K Complete, Emergent Writing, Print, Cursive or Handwriting Assessment) and receive $150 off your order.
Restrictions apply: Registrations for workshops must be placed at the same time, cannot be used for past registrations. Combination rate is for one person only. Not valid on workshops under $150.
An email will be sent the day prior to the workshop with a link to access the training.
Print Virtual Workshop (grades K–2)
Explicit handwriting instruction will give your students the jump start they need to be confident communicators. Learn about our simple, engaging, multisensory, research-based effective approach to teaching the skill of print handwriting using our workbooks, teacher’s guides, digital tools and more! You will learn how to make handwriting a natural and automatic skill for children of all ages and abilities. You will learn about the physical approach to handwriting, including grip. These virtual workshops will equip you with the knowledge, teaching strategies, and developmentally appropriate daily lessons you need to teach handwriting to all your students.
Cursive Virtual Workshop (grades 3–5)
Learn about our comprehensive, easy-to-use cursive curriculum that uses engaging multisensory techniques and research-based methods to make cursive a natural and automatic skill for children of all ages and abilities using our workbooks, teacher’s guides, digital tools and more! You will learn why we teach cursive in this age of technology and learn about our unique teaching order and vertical style of cursive. This virtual workshop will equip you with the knowledge, teaching strategies, and developmentally appropriate daily lessons you need to teach cursive handwriting to all your students.
The Handwriting Assessment Virtual Workshop will provide all the training necessary for you to assess a range of developmental levels. Learn how to administer and score the Screener of Handwriting Proficiency and The Print Tool® and to choose remediation materials and strategies based on results.
Discover proven and engaging multisensory strategies to foster readiness and writing skills. During this virtual workshop, you will experience how to use music, hands-on manipulatives, and technology to help children develop emergent writing. Learn strategies for teaching grip, alphabet knowledge and coloring skills in preparation for writing letters, numbers and their names.
This learning experience is relevant for Pre-K and K educators who are new or current users of the HWT curriculum. Participants will learn best practices for helping children progress from emergent writers to early writers using the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum. Participants will discover how to incorporate hands-on letter play activities, that deliberately teach correct habits for letter and number formation.
This workshop is intended for occupational therapists and special education teachers who work with children of all ages who are functioning at the Pre-K to Kindergarten level with handwriting skills. This 60-minute learning experience is appropriate for those new to Handwriting Without Tears and those who are already using it or have attended other workshops. You will learn how to use and modify Handwriting Without Tears (HWT) materials and strategies to address the specific learning needs of your students as they work towards emergent writing skills.
Explore best-practices in early childhood kindergarten readiness using the components of the new Get Set for School complete Pre-K curriculum. This training will feature strategies and practical support on how to teach developmentally appropriate, hands-on, play-based lessons that build students’ readiness, pre-writing, SEL, sensory motor, numbers and math, science, social studies, language and literacy skills.
Keyboarding & Digital Citizenship Workshop will provide best practices of how to implement keyboarding skills in the classroom, virtually or through a hybrid approach. You will leave with a library of award-winning strategies to help your students succeed with today's computer-based assignments and testing. This is a live, virtual, instructor-led workshop. This is an intermediate level workshop and is approved Provider of Continuing Education by the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
Discover five areas to focus on prior to beginning handwriting instruction with students in special education. This workshop will provide strategies, including boosting alphabet knowledge, tips for postural stability, ways to promote social and emotional and fine motor skills, and visual motor skills which will enhance the foundational skills students need to write. This workshop is intended for occupational therapists and special educators working with children in grades Pre-K-5th.
During this engaging workshop you will learn how to market and organize your handwriting tutoring program for children with special needs. You will discover tips and strategies to incorporate into your sessions whether you plan to implement your tutoring program online or in-person. You will walk away with an understanding of the importance of social emotional learning during your tutoring sessions. Additionally, we will discuss the importance of multisensory, movement, and fine motor activities to boost handwriting skills. You will learn entertaining ways to make handwriting sessions fun for all ages with special needs.
Effective Handwriting Practice should be Motivating, Multisensory, and Meaningful. This workshop will inspire you with practical handwriting strategies, activities, and suggested materials you can use with your students and share with families to promote learning at home. With these methods, you and your students' families will be empowered to help children become better prepared to write in all subjects at school. You will also learn how to assess the individual learning needs of your students and track progress. This workshop is intended for occupational therapists and special educators working with children in grades Pre-K-5th.
The term dysgraphia is often used to describe a child with poor handwriting. It is more complex than bad handwriting, but bad handwriting can be the first indicator of a possible problem. This informative training will explore what dysgraphia is and how it differs from other fine motor difficulties. Participants will be able to differentiate dysgraphia from other handwriting challenges. You will leave with knowledge of how it is diagnosed and who should be involved in the diagnosis process. Participants will learn practical strategies to intervene and provide support to struggling students. We will address some of the unknowns behind the diagnosis of dysgraphia and give you practical take-a-ways to discuss and address dysgraphia with other professionals and parents. This workshop is intended for occupational therapists and special educators working with children in grades K-5th.
This virtual on-demand workshop will equip you to know how to teach print handwriting synchronously or asynchronously to your students using the Handwriting Interactive Teaching Tool and other supporting methods
This virtual on-demand workshop will equip you to know how to teach cursive handwriting synchronously or asynchronously to your students using the Handwriting Interactive Teaching Tool and other supporting methods.
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