Course Outline

    1. Introduction! Welcome here....

    2. Course Outline

    3. Visual to Kinesthetic Progression

    4. Visual to Kinesthetic Progression (Intro to our Upper Case Printing Program)

    1. Pre-printing Goals and Methods

    2. Pencil Control Activities at the Pre-Printing stage

    3. Wide Paths for Developing visual-motor control

    4. How to Teach Diagonals

    1. 4 stages of Uppercase Letter Teaching

    2. Build it with Letter pieces

    3. Build it with Putty

    4. What Order to Teach Caps

    5. Tips for the Building Stage

    6. Errorless Learning

    7. Upper case Practice stage

    8. 7 Reinforcers for An Engaging Practice Session

    9. Upper case Paper stage

    10. Visual Cues Upper Case

    11. Verbal Cues Upper Case

    12. Grade and Fade (upper case)

    13. Checklist for upper case intervention

    14. Anabel and Sue - client video

    15. Letter block paper with lines

    16. Name songs handouts

    17. Upper Case Verbal Cues -- customizable for your client

    1. Concept of Mastery

    2. Concept of Generalization

    1. Differences in TEACHING printing vs. CORRECTING printing

    2. Summary of the differences in teaching letters vs. correcting letters

    3. The Grass, Sky, Underground system of letter sizing

    4. Grass, Sky, Dirt Placemat

    5. The 4 stages and how they apply to lower case

    6. Andrew and Sue - build and practice

    7. Teaching the 'a' group of letters

    8. What Order to Teach Lower Case

    9. Teaching the Trampoline Letters

    10. Andrew and Sue - Trampoline letters

    11. Tricks for Tricky Letters

    12. Letter sizing program - How to use

    13. Letter Sizing Program - Stage 1

    14. Letter Sizing Program - Stage 2

    15. Tricks for teaching Start Places

    16. Extra help to move letters to Kinesthetic Memory

    17. Andrew and Sue -- rainbow writing session example

    18. Best Tricks for Engaging Participation

    19. 9 Paper designs for grading lower case learning

    20. Andrew & Sue - differentiating 2 formations

    1. Procedural Memory

    2. The Push up Game

    3. Counter- Intuition in Printing Intervention

    4. Levels in the Push-up Game

    5. Sydney and Sue - Push up Game

About this course

  • $99.00
  • 59 lessons
  • 3.5 hours of video content

Master the art of helping.

Learn and download resources to make handwriting intervention a snap!

What people are saying about this course

“Sue’s printing course is FANTASTIC! She walks you through the entire process from helping kids with their letter formations to writing sentences within a busy classroom setting. I would definitely recommend this course if you are looking for both effective and engaging strategies that you can implement immediately into your practice!”

Julie Tribou, BSc(OT)

“Yes I would recommend this course to others! This course gives great foundational skills for supporting school age children. This course is very beneficial for OTs interested in school based practice with children.”

Sydney Hampton, OT new grad

“Overall, this course is absolutely amazing. There is a great combination of theory, examples, practice tips, worksheets, and clinical examples. The videos were mostly under 10 minutes, making the information digestible The overall flow of the course was great. New material built off of previous lessons, which supported my learning throughout this course I appreciate the combination of visual, auditory, and written information provided in this course Content was clearly explained in common rehabilitation terms; this would be helpful even if the learner has no prior experience in pediatrics Provided several great resources, including summary notes, worksheets, and activities. As a student OT, I found this extremely helpful since finding good and relevant resources online is very difficult Presented intervention in steps, such as "Build, Practice, Paper, Grade + Fade". This was a very comprehensive method and I really appreciate all the examples that were provided The side-by-side editing for "Teaching" and "Correcting" was brilliant I appreciate the lesson on types of assessments and clinical reasoning that is required to determine which interventions should be used for the child The rapid summary at the end was very helpful at summarizing the key points of the course”

Cindy Li, Occupational Therapy Candidate 2023