This presentation will discuss research and practical ways to engage students using affective relationships, sensory-motor integration, and visual spatial concepts to facilitate learning of letter formation and supporting early literacy. This creative curriculum uses music, movement, and technology to enhance handwriting skills and has been effectively used with students with autism as well as students in the mainstream.
Facilitating Success in Handwriting Using Sensory Motor Integration and Visual Spatial StrategiesCarrie Davis
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This presentation will discuss research and practical ways to engage students using affective relationships, sensory-motor integration, and visual spatial concepts to facilitate learning of letter formation and supporting early literacy. This creative curriculum uses music, movement, and technology to enhance handwriting skills and has been effectively used with students with autism as well as students in mainstream. We will demonstrate how you can enhance motor development, sensory integration, and early literacy all while teaching students who are engaged and having fun.
1. Identify strategies and skills for conducting evidence-based affect, music and movement-based treatment of handwriting challenges
2. Develop lesson plans and/or individualized treatment plans that incorporate music, movement, and technology to target handwriting/ pre-writing goals, as well as foundational sensory-motor goals
3. Apply evidence demonstrating the importance of visual spatial and motor development on handwriting development
Carrie Davis, SIPT, MS, OTR/L is co-founder of Connect Experience Write (CEW). A graduate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, she has worked in both private practice and school settings. Carrie currently evaluates and treats children with executive dysfunction, sensory processing disorder, ADHD, learning disorders and autistic spectrum disorder. She also presents locally and nationally on topics related to sensory processing and handwriting.
Carriewasa speaker at the Education Resources Annual Conference Therapies in the School 2015
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