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Phonological Short-Term Working Memory (PSTM): From Baby Babble to The Adult Brain

  • 07 May 2014
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
  • Webinar

This event is hosted by Gawenda Seminars & Consulting, Inc. To register, click here.

As early at 4 months old, the ability to hold a sound trace, recognize an acoustic pattern, actively attend to and sequence units of sounds in Phonological Short- term Working Memory (PSTM) is the key to achieving optimum development in communication and literacy, whether the goal is primary prevention, facilitating normal development, or assessment and therapy for children with communication or learning disorders. To understand the complex integrative processes involved in listening, talking, learning and literacy, this webinar will utilize the Cognitive and Communication processing model (Banigan,2011), a valuable tool for parents and professionals to identify a child’s unique brain function required for optimum progress in all learning. In addition, this webinar will provide a concept of cognitive and communication processing, diagnostic and therapeutic strategies as well as research and case samples so participants can train the PSTM process as a driving force to achieving optimum progress in communication and literacy.

Audio - phone connection required only to hear the audio portion of the webinar

Webinar - Computer and internet connection required. Participants will be provided a url link where they can log in and follow the presentation on their computer as the speaker provides the presentation. If your computer has speakers, you will be able to hear the audio portion through your computer speakers and will not require a phone connection. If no speakers on your computer or unable to be at a computer, participants will need to call in to the phone number provided to them to hear the audio portion. You will need adobe flash. Gawenda Seminars & Consulting, Inc is not responsible for organization fire walls or computer software issues that may interfere and/or prohibit your connection to the webinar portion of the presentation.

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