Speaker Series

Connecting Oral and Written Language Across the Grades to Ensure Academic Success: From Assessment to Intervention

Saturday, January 20, 2018: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Orton Center, University of Redlands Campus
Course description

The themes addressed will be that language includes and encompasses literacy and literacy includes and encompasses language. The presentation will outline key concepts that relate to literacy-based language intervention approaches with a focus on the integration of spoken and written language.


Gerry Wallach, PhD., is a professor and Thesis Coordinator in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at CSU-Long Beach. She teaches courses in childhood and school-age language disorders, assessments, phonology, and language development. She has published widely in school-age language disorders. Dr. Wallach has also been involved in a teacher training project in Guangzhou, China. She prides herself in being a school-based professional committed to issues in education and the expanding role of SLPs in literacy.

Please see flier for more information on registration and schedule of events.

For registration questions, please contact Heather at 916.921.1568 or hcioffi@csha.org.

For workshop details and questions, please contact Lisa LaSalle, District 10 Director at 951.902.0022 or lisa_lasalle@redlands.edu.