Using the CELF-5 A&NZ Screener – Practical Classroom Strategies for Screening, Intervention and Support
23rd August, 2021 @ 9:00 am
23/08/2021 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Language development is foundational to literacy development, from learning to read to communicating orally and in print. Learning occurs mainly through language. The CELF-5 A&NZ Fifth Edition Screening Test supports teachers in quickly and accurately screening children and young people (ages 5 years to 21 years 11 months) who may be experiencing language difficulties.
The workshop is intended to build capacity to use the CELF-5 in order to:
- identify students who may require further testing by a Speech Pathologist
- provide information regarding language profiles of students, supporting intentional planning for a range of students and intervention where required
- focus on teaching and learning strategies that foster supportive language environments for all students, including strategies to support students who are not typically developing or are at-risk.
Christine D’Arcy is a Speech Pathologist with specific interest and experience in working with school-age students. Christine has worked with the Department for Education as part of the Secondary Learners Directorate, providing support and training to secondary schools with a focus on supporting students with language-based learning difficulties.
Target audience: Inclusive Education and Literacy Coordinators (Primary and Secondary)
Delivery mode: face to face
Presenter: Christine D’Arcy, Speech Pathologist
To apply, please:
• Complete and return the Application form and email to Rae Dawkins.
• Once your application has been approved, you will be notified and will then need to register via this page. Please ensure that the person registering will be the person attending and the person who will administer the Screener at the school. The participant must be a registered teacher or Allied Health Professional (Psychologist or Speech and Language Pathologist) currently employed by the school. Registrations indicating participants who do not meet this stipulation are unable to be accepted.
• You must register via the website within 5 working days of notification of your application being accepted.
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions the AISSA is required to enforce set limits on the number of attendees for this event based on social distancing and maximum density rules. To secure your place please complete the registration as attendance at the AISSA office without a confirmed place may result in being turned away if the event is at capacity.
For registration enquiries please contact Rae Dawkins.
There is no on-site parking available. For parking options please refer to the parking map. Tram stop #1 Greenhill Road is a 6-minute walk away.