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Sudbury Catholic Schools Hold Literacy and Numeracy Workshop Over the Summer

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Lynsie Royer, Special Education Teacher (left) and Yolanda Thibeault, Special Education Support Worker for Sudbury Catholic Schools highlight key points during the Sudbury Catholic District School Board’s Literacy and Numeracy Workshop held over the summer.

August 27, 2009 - The Sudbury Catholic District School Board in conjunction with the Numeracy Secretariat held a two day Workshop on August 20 and 21st which focused on strategies on how to Reach a Range of Learners.

The workshop was based on the Ministry's resource document, "Combined Grades K-6".

“In all classrooms, no matter how they are organized, teachers need to provide for the individual needs of students,” said Christina Raso, Special Education Consultant for the Sudbury Catholic District School Board. To achieve this, teachers use a variety of methods on a daily basis to assess the needs of each student, and then adjust the focus of instruction for skill development accordingly.

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