Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, All Ye RDI CMers!

ChildLightUSA just posted the audio file, handout, and three video clips (Tweaking CM, RDI, Association Method Part I and Part II) of my talk on assessing therapies from a Charlotte Mason perspective.

The blurb about the talk is:
Therapies recommended for special needs children can cloud one's vision of education as "an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life." The speaker will demonstrate how to translate one autism therapy into Charlotte Mason terminology and accept or reject principles that respect a child's personhood. The participants will do the same for a speech program for language-delayed children. They will leave the class more confident in selecting the therapies most suited to a Charlotte Mason philosophy. They will leave inspired by Miss Mason's language arts program, which enabled a person with life-long speaking challenges to learn recitation!
P.S. Don't forget to put the Fourth Annual Charlotte Mason Conference on your calendar: June 11 through June 14. ChildLightUSA even offers online registration and a discount for early birds!

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