April 2, 2014
Students with weaknesses in language, attention, and/or executive function skills often also have working memory limitations. The research is clear:
- Working memory plays a central role in listening, speaking, reading, writing, problem solving, and day-to-day functioning in school and in life.
- Parents and teachers need practical strategies for supporting children who struggle with working memory.
When: 7:00 - 9:00pm Thursday, April 10, 2014
Where: Architects for Learning160 Gould Street, 1st Floor
Admission is free!
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 781-235-8412 x110. Space is limited.
Bonnie Singer, Ph.D., CCC is the CEO of Architects For Learning and an internationally recognized expert in language, literacy, and learning. Her research focuses on developing teaching methods that help students organize their approach to performing complex tasks and take charge of their own learning.
Carly Soare, M.S., CCC is the Director of Programs and Services at Architects For Learning. A certified speech-language pathologist and reading specialist, she coordinates our programs, designs interventions, and provides assessments for students in grades K-12 and college.
Angela Tamborella, M.S., CCC is a full-time speech-language pathologist and reading specialist at Architects For Learning. She designs individual and small group interventions and provides assessments for students in grades K-12 and college.