Many children, especially those who are black-and-white thinkers, have trouble with drawing inferences: the ability to see and process what lies “between the lines.” Learning to infer information is essential for our children to be able to think clearly, to make good decisions, to solve concrete problems, to solve social problems, and to perform well academically.
Speech-language pathologist Nancy Z. Schwartz, PhD, will discuss how learning to infer information is the key to being an active, independent participant in life, beginning in preschool and moving on to grade school, college and beyond.
— What a Child Learns When Participating in Activities of Daily Living (PDF format)
— Introduction to Inferring Information (PDF format)
— Declarative Language: Telling It Like It Is! (PDF format)
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