Event » CAE Mechanics I: Intensive

Submitted by Tom Shull

2540 North Cleveland Ave.
Roseville MN 55113

CAE Mechanics I: Intensive

Sponsored by Regional Low Incidence Projects – Region 11 & Language Matters

February 20 & 21, 2016 - Online registration deadline: 2/18/2016

Radisson Hotel Minneapolis/St. Paul North

2540 North Cleveland Ave.

Roseville MN 55113

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. each day (Lunch provided from 12:00-1:00)

Fee: none

For:  Cued Speech Transliterators

Register online by going to the following Metro ECSU online registration - http:/www.metroecsu.org/registration An immediate confirmation will arrive at the email address submitted.  If a confirmation does not arrive, contact Dolly Carr (below) to confirm the registration.

Registration Questions: Dolly Carr 612-638-1529 | Dolly.Carr@metroecsu.org

Program Questions: Kathy Pittelko 612-638-1527 | Kathy.Pittelko@metroecsu.org

Workshop description: An overview of the essential elements of clear and accurate cued English. Topics include: form, consonant and vowel accuracy, connected discourse, flicks, and prosody. Students learn to prioritize errors based on: impact to meaning, clarity, and standardized test measures.

Presenter: Thomas Shull, TSC: 4, M.S., CCC-SLP has worked in the field of cued language transliteration for more than 25 years. He was awarded the highest levels in transliteration by the TECUnit’s CLT National Certification Examination and the state of Virginia’s Quality Assurance Screening. Tom is also passionate about teaching. He has been a transliterator educator since 1997. He designed three series of courses covering cueing mechanics, receptive skills, and transliterator test preparation, which he presents nationally. He is one of the founders of DailyCues.com – an online resource for the cueing community and can be seen as one of the cuers in its Cued English Dictionary. His professional interests also include foreign adaptations of Cued Speech. He teaches advanced courses in British Cued Speech in England for the CS Association UK and in France for the Association de Langage Parlé Complété. In 2015, he devised an adaptation for the Amharic Language, which he presented in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Tom currently works as a speech-language therapist for the Boston Public Schools.

This program is offered for 12.0 TECUnit CEHs, 1.2 RID CEUs (pending approval)