Basic Inferring of Information:
Importance for Reading and for Life

Nancy Schwartz, PhD

Thursday
January 5, 2023
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

WEBINAR

We all want and need our children to think. If a child can think, she can solve concrete problems, solve social problems and perform well academically. Learning to infer information is essential to learning to think; it is the antithesis of rote learning.

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.

Materials: Declarative Language (PDF format)

More About Nancy Schwartz

Presented by SPED*NET in partnership with
Wilton Public Schools and Newtown Sped PTA

SPED*NET Wilton does not provide medical or psychological
advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The material in this webinar
is provided for educational purposes only.

Basic Inferring of Information:
Importance for Reading and for Life

Nancy Schwartz, PhD

Thursday
January 5, 2023
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

WEBINAR

We all want and need our children to think. If a child can think, she can solve concrete problems, solve social problems and perform well academically. Learning to infer information is essential to learning to think; it is the antithesis of rote learning.

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.

Materials: Declarative Language (PDF format)

More About Nancy Schwartz

Presented by SPED*NET in partnership with
Wilton Public Schools and Newtown Sped PTA

SPED*NET does not provide medical or psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
The material in this webinar is provided for educational purposes only.

Basic Inferring of Information:
Importance for Reading
and for Life

Nancy Schwartz, PhD

Thursday
January 5, 2023
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

WEBINAR

We all want and need our children to think. If a child can think, she can solve concrete problems, solve social problems and perform well academically. Learning to infer information is essential to learning to think; it is the antithesis of rote learning.

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.

Materials: Declarative Language (PDF format)

More About Nancy Schwartz

Presented by SPED*NET in partnership with
Wilton Public Schools and Newtown Sped PTA

SPED*NET does not provide medical or
psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
The material in this webinar is provided for
educational purposes only.