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Q&A #5 with Martha Gabler

  • 25 Apr 2016
  • 7:00 PM
  • 30 May 2020
  • 8:00 PM
  • online


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Learn from an Occupational Therapist how to apply TAGteach to instruction on letter formation. You'll be fascinated by the tips and tricks that a school-based OT uses to teach a third grader to print letters properly. Join us for this month's Q&A for more answers to questions from parents and professionals and our feature Interview with a TAGteacher.

This month, Martha Gabler interviewed Mary Handley. Mary is a Primary Level TAGteacher and a very experienced School Occupational Therapist. Mary has been documenting her progress with teaching a 3rd grader to print. This child was never taught to print in a systematic way and as a result his printing is so poor that it is affecting his grades and his confidence. Mary will share her successes and challenges with using TAGteach for printing and you'll see some never before seen TAGteach video.

Martha has questions for Mary on the following topics:

  • How did you get started with TAGteach?
  • What was the one feature that really “pulled” you in?
  • Where did you first start using TAGteach?
  • Tell us about TAGteach and occupation therapy
  • How did others react?
  • What were some of the challenges with using TAGteach and how did you overcome them?

Following the interview there is more fascinating discussion with Mary about the specifics of TAGteach application in school-based occupational therapy.

This session is free for anyone enrolled in the TAGteach for Autism online course.

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