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Navigating Through the Writing Process with the Young Child

Navigating Through the Writing Process with the Young Child
Featuring Miriam Jordan, MSEd, PCET
All children develop at their own pace, however when it comes to developmental milestones, there are key elements that establish a strong sense of motor control. Let’s take a deeper look at developing fine motor skills, potential challenges such as mirror writing and navigating this core skill in the life of the young child. These tools provided will be helpful for parents, educators and those who work with preschoolers to second grade.
March 13th at 2pm EST
Priced at $35, Registration closes March 13th at 1:30pm

Miriam Jordan, MSEd, PCET
Miriam Jordan has been an educator for 29 years working as a preschool and primary elementary classroom teacher, mentor, and certified educational therapist for the last 20 years. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Nova Southeastern University and her Master’s degree from the University of Miami in early childhood special education. She established a Discovery program at a Christian school and in 2006 founded the non-profit organization 1 Child At A Time, Inc., which meets the needs of students of varying exceptionalities by providing educational services for children ages four through high school. Faith, trust, integrity, and building relationships comprise the very essence of her educational approach, which is defined by a teachable spirit. She has been married to her sweetheart for 35 years and has four children between the ages of 18-32.

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