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Quick Writing FUN – Supporting Conventional Learners

On-Demand Webinar:
Quick Writing FUN:
Supporting Conventional Learners

Presented by: Dr. Caroline Musselwhite
Live Webinar was held on April 19, 2023

A young girl wearing a pink shirt, writes on a piece of paper.

This fast-paced webinar gave ideas to support early conventional learners in writing with the alphabet, in connection with Readtopia materials. Access to learn about writing ideas you can use to increase opportunities for writing with the full alphabet with your transitional and early conventional learners. Writing activities presented will be engaging, and will add to your existing instruction.

This 45-minute webinar is designed for Special Education Administrators and Teachers, SLPS,  OTs, Paraprofessionals, Instructional Coaches, and AT Specialists. Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced. Attendees will be able to ask questions, receive lesson samples of Readtopia, a Building Wings Certificate of Attendance, and speaker resources.


About the Presenter

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Dr. Caroline Musselwhite

Dr. Caroline Musselwhite is an Assistive Technology Specialist with more than 45 years of experience working with children and adolescents with significant disabilities in a variety of settings, including Head Start, clinics, developmental day programs, homes, and public schools. She provides consulting work, speech-language therapy services, and literacy instruction through her company, AAC Intervention. Dr. Musselwhite has written a number of textbooks and “how-to” books on a range of topics and has authored many books and software programs for youth with disabilities. She has taught courses at several universities and presented thousands of workshops throughout North and South America, Australia, Europe, and Africa. She is also one of the authors of Readtopia!

Karen A. Erickson, Ph.D.​

Karen A. Erickson, Ph.D. is Director of the Center for Literacy and Disability Studies at University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill. Her focus is on understanding the best ways to assess and teach reading and writing to children with the most severe disabilities. As a special education teacher, Dr. Erickson has worked to support students with a range of disabilities in a variety of classroom settings, particularly students who do not use speech as their primary means of communication.


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