Presentation Materials

For some of our presentations and workshops, the speaker provides downloadable information from their presentation.

Conference Presentations

1ras Jornadas Internacionales de Diferencias de Aprendizaje - Barcelona, Spain
The Living Lab of Sant Cugat is the first initiative of the project DIFFERENCE led by the Ricardo Fisas Natura Bissé Foundation and the Sant Cugat City Hall with the institutional support of the Catalan Ministry of Education and the Barcelona Regional Government. Its mission is to promote educational methodologies and teacher training that will help make the teaching/learning process easier for all students, in particular those students with learning differences.

2014 American Montessori Society Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas
Pre-Conference: Facilitating Learning for  At-Risk and Learning Different Children

2013 American Montessori Society Pre-Conference: Helping At-Risk and Learning-Different Students

  • Presented by Shelton staff members Joyce Pickering and Debbie Edwards
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  • 2013 American Montessori Society Session 1: Practical Life & Sensorial Strategies
    • Presented by Shelton staff members Amy Kelton and Debbie Edwards
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  • 2013 American Montessori Society Session 3: Building the Sensorial-Into-Math Transition
    • Presented by Shelton staff members Casey Barnett
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  • 2013 American Montessori Society Session 4: Oral Language Development
    • Presented by Shelton staff members Amy Kelton and Stephanie Hicks
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  • 2013 American Montessori Society Session 5: Written Language - Combining Montessori & MSL
    • Presented by Shelton staff members Joyce Pickering and Amy Kelton
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  • 2013 American Montessori Society Session 6: The LD Child: Social Skills
    • Presented by Shelton staff members Laure Ames and Debbie Edwards
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  • 2013 American Montessori Society Session 7: Organizing the Disorganized Child
  • International Dyslexia Association Conference, Baltimore
    • Presented by Shelton staff member Joyce Pickering
    • October 26, 2012
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  • Wisconsin Montessori Association


Parent Presentations at Shelton

  • Solutions for Social Problems of Children with LD and ADHD
  • Kids Empowered
  • Recognizing the Early Warning Signs of Learning Differences in the Pre-Schooler: A Free Workshop for Parents, Teachers and Professionals
    • Presented by Shelton staff members Joyce Pickering and Amy Kelton
    • January 24, 2012
  • Oral & Written Language: Decoding, Spelling, Comprehension & Composition
  • Overview of Social Skills / Organization & Study Skills at Shelton
    • Presented by Shelton staff members Suzanne Stell and Amy Kelton
    • November 3, 2011

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The Clinic provides evaluations and therapy for children and adolescents with articulation, fluency, voice, language, auditory processing and reading problems at the clinic and with children at private schools throughout the DFW metroplex.

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