Phonics 1-to-1: A Sounds-Write Symposium

May 23 - May 28, 2021

40+ masterclasses on how to effectively bring students back up to their target literacy levels when they fall behind.

The talks center around practical strategies in a general intervention setting, but we'll also feature presentations on how to help students with learning disabilities or other challenges the best.

Now, anyone can experience the strategies, methods, and ideas that are changing the lives of children in a post-pandemic world.

Update: May 29, 2021

The event is now over. Please upgrade to the All Access Pass to keep watching any of the 40 presentations, or to start watching in case you were busy during the week itself.

All Access Pass

Protecting Vulnerable Children from Whole Language Teaching 25 May 2021, 12:00 PM
Louise Mcmullan Sounds-Write Phonics
Developmental Language Disorder – The impact of language difficulties on literacy acquisition. 26 May 2021, 03:00 PM
Lauren Bellini Sounds-Write Trainer and Speech Pathologist, Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation
Language and Cognition – Two sides of the same coin. 24 May 2021, 03:00 PM
Kim Bloor & Emily Jackson The Dyslexia SPELD Foundation (DSF) & Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation
Symposium Outtro: Goodbye for Now 28 May 2021, 04:00 PM
Naomi Hinton, Alison Perry & John Walker

Over 40 experts on phonics and literacy

Our experts will be sharing their years of knowledge, strategies and tactics for improving literacy and phonics learning. 

Meet the speakers

The pandemic has left a hundreds of thousands of students far off the target for their age group, which will have catastrophic knock-on effects if not addressed urgently.

The Sounds-Write Symposium is an industry-first conference with over 40 experts in literacy training, speech pathology, and educators. Never before has this level of detail and information been made available to the general public, and for free as well!

So now, anyone, whether you're a curious parent, a school administrator, or just an interested third party can find out just how literacy and phonics interventions are done to optimise the success for children across the english-speaking world.

The 40+ talks will also address specific areas of phonics training, working with learning disabilities and other challenges, as well as plenty of examples from our extremely succesful, quality-first, phonics program presented by many of our great Sounds-Write trainers.

This unique insight is normally reserved for people attending our professional courses, but now everyone can peek behind the curtain and discover just how interventions in phonics and literacy education work.

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