Vision in the Classroom—It’s More Than 20/20

This course will address visual motor, visual perceptual, and binocular skills which may impact children’s classroom performance.  Focus will be given to symptoms and behaviors the preschool teacher may observe which are associated with visual problems.  You will gain skills that you can use tomorrow to support your student’s vision, visual motor, and eye-hand coordination skills.

      Core of Knowledge:  2.0 Clock Hours of Health, Safety & Nutrition

Noelle Welch, is an Occupational Therapist who specializes in Pediatrics.  She received her Bachelor’s degree in 1993 in OT from Towson University, her post-professional Master’s degree from Misericordia University and her clinical doctorate also from Misericordia University in May, 2019.  She opened Coordinated Movements, a pediatric clinic in 1999.

Workshop I

Early Childhood Education Conference