DOTDeaf UK workshop – 22nd April programme

Time  Session   Activity
9am   Preview of presentations and materials  Time allocated to self-directed learning. 

Materials available at the beginning of April for participants who prefer to spread their learning across different days. A DOTDeaf facilitator will be available for questions during this session. 

10.30   Introduction  Background to the DOTDeaf project and online learning for SLTs and  DLSs. 
11   SLT and DLS conversations  Information from SLTs and DLSs who have completed some modules plus questions and discussion. 
12  BSL breakout  Opportunity for BSL users to discuss the DOTDeaf project and online modules. 
12.30  Lunch break   
1.15  Module review   Overview of the modules 

Breakout rooms to view the modules 

3.00  Panel discussion and questions   
3.30  Post-viewing of materials  Time allocated to self-directed learning. 

Opportunity to review materials from the day. A DOTDeaf facilitator  will be available for questions. 

4.30  End   

DOTDeaf UK workshop 22nd April 2021

Are you a  speech and language therapist (SLT) working with children who use BSL?  

Are you a deaf language specialist (DLS) supporting deaf children to develop BSL? 

Do you work with children who are struggling to develop BSL? 

Would you like to know more about co-working with SLT and DLS colleagues?

The DOTDeaf project (Developing online training with deaf people) will host a free online event from City, University of London. We will tell you about the online course ‘Language Therapy in BSL’ which has six modules. The course is designed for SLTs and DLSs to learn together in written English and BSL.

The workshop is in English and BSL. The day will be facilitated by Joanna Hoskin, Ros Herman, Kate Rowley and Lenka Novakova.

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