DuBard Association Method® Seminar Course

June 22-26, 2015

After taking the Basic Course in the DuBard Association Method®, the next step to furthering your understanding of this method is within the Seminar. Advance your skills in this structured, phonetic, multisensory teaching-learning strategy, that is Orton-Gillingham based in content and principles of instruction, and has changed the lives of individuals with language disorders for over 50 years.

Topics Covered

  • A review of the beginning levels of the DuBard Association Method®
  • The structure of language as utilized at the various story levels of the method
  • Correlative programs: math, telling time, calendar work, and related subject areas
  • Syllable instruction including syllable types and syllable division rules for advanced decoding
  • Classroom management for effective implementation of the method
  • Lesson planning
  • Individualized Education Plan (IEP) development
  • Techniques for skill development
  • Development of materials
  • Task analysis of commercial textbook material for modification for children with language disorders
  • Syllable types and transfer to texts

Suggested Participants

  • Those who have successfully completed a three-semester hour course (or the equivalent) in the basics of the DuBard Association Method®



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Individuals who wish to enroll on an academic credit basis must be admitted/readmitted to The University of Southern Mississippi before the registration process may be completed. More complete information on the credit option may be obtained through ...

The University of Southern Mississippi
Office of Professional Development & Educational Outreach
118 College Drive #5136
Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001
(601) 266-4186

To receive credit, individuals will be required to attend the seminar, meet competency requirements, and complete a project. The University of Southern Mississippi offers 4.0 hours of CEU credit or graduate credit for this course. See the brochure and registration form for details.


Seminar Instructors

Course DirectorMaureen K. Martin*, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CED, CALT, QI

Director, DuBard School
Speech-Language Pathologist
Teacher of the Deaf
DuBard Staff Daphne S. Cornett*, M.S., CCC-SLP, CALT, QISpeech-Language Pathologist
Misha Lee*, M.S., CCC-SLP, CALTSpeech-Language Pathologist
Patricia Martin*, Ed.S., CCC-SLP, CALTAssistant Director, Speech Language Pathologist
Kay Roseberry*, M.S., CCC-SLP, CALT, QI Speech-Language Pathologist
Michele L. Schraeder*, M.S., CCC-SLP, CALT, QIProfessional Development Coordinator, Speech-Language Pathologist

 

DuBard School Accreditation

The DuBard Association Method® training course of the DuBard School for Language Disorders at the The University of Southern Mississippi holds accredited status from the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC) for its instructional programs at the teaching, trainer of teaching, therapy, and trainer of therapy levels.

IMSLEC is a nonprofit corporation formed in 1995 to accredit organizations that offer programs to prepare specialists in multisensory structured language programs. Click this IMSLEC link for more information.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Assoc. Continuing Education Unit logo
The USM DuBard School for Language Disorders is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology.

See various course information for the number of ASHA CEUs, instructional level, and content area. ASHA CE provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures. Click this link for additional ASHA information.

For more information concerning the DuBard Association Method®, email missy.schaeder@usm.edu

*Disclosure Statements:

Dr. Martin is employed as director, DuBard School for Language Disorders; course development and presentations are included in salaried duties.  She is author of a textbook used in training and a co-author of DuBard Association Method therapy materials and receives royalty payments.  No other non-financial relationship exists.  

Mrs. Martin is employed as assistant director, DuBard School for Language Disorders; course development and presentations are included in salaried duties. No other non-financial relationship exists.

Mrs. Schraeder is employed as professional development coordinator, DuBard School for Language Disorders; course development and presentations are included in salaried duties. No other non-financial relationship exists.

Mrs. Cornett is employed as a speech-language pathologist, DuBard School for Language Disorders; course development and presentations are included in salaried duties. She is a co-author of DuBard Association Method therapy materials and receives royalty payments. No other non-financial relationship exists.  

Mrs. Lee is employed as a speech-language pathologist, DuBard School for Language Disorders; course development and presentations are included in salaried duties. No other non-financial relationship exists.

Mrs. Roseberry is employed as a speech-language pathologist, DuBard School for Language Disorders; course development and presentations are included in salaried duties. No other non-financial relationship exists.