Templeton Community Based Teachers Present at National Conference
Brenda Brannigan and Mark Howard, Community Based Teachers at Templeton, just returned from Orlando, Florida where they gave a presentation at the National ASHA (American Speech and Hearing Association) conference. The presentation was collaboration with IU Speech and Hearing about the pioneering use of Assistive Technology to develop language acquisition in students who are non-verbal in their classrooms at Templeton. The success of their work and the representation of MCCSC and Templeton at a national conference are definitely worthy of celebration!
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