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    Every Child is Listening Proven Steps to Increase Student Attention and Classroom Learning Wednesday, November 15, 2006 1pm PST Sponsored by LightSPEED Learn from
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Every Child is Listening

Proven Steps to Increase Student Attention and Classroom Learning

Wednesday, November 15, 2006 - 1pm PST

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Learn from educators who are using classroom amplification to significantly increase listening, learning, and student achievement. Ambient noise, seating arrangement, and other distractions prevent many students from hearing the teacher. Thousands of schools nationwide have adopted this affordable technology to address these issues. Research has proven that this easy-to-use tool dramatically impacts child learning and teacher effectiveness — without changing curriculum or teaching style.

You are invited to attend a free web seminar — "Every Child is Listening" — and find out how your students can hear and learn better with classroom amplification technology. Achieve proven classroom results — register and view the archive today!

Web Seminar Participants

Maureen T. Casey, Ph.D.

Maureen T. Casey, Ph.D.
Willamette Education Service District

Maureen T. Casey, Ph.D. is the Superintendent of Willamette Education Service District. She received her Doctorate from the University of Oregon in Educational Psychology, a M.S. from Washington State University in Communication Disorders, a M.A. from Western Oregon State University in Counseling, a B.S. in Psychology and B.A. in Communication Disorders from Gonzaga University.

Dr. Casey has over 30 years of experience in a variety of educational settings from preschool to post-secondary. She has worked in educational administration, special education, bilingual education, early childhood and alternative education. Maureen serves on a variety of committees, including the Marion County Commission on Children and Families. Maureen is currently the Co-Chair of the Oregon Association of Education Service Districts Legislative Committee.

Eleni Boston

Eleni Boston
Coordinator, Special Programs
Willamette Education Service District

Eleni Boston is a Special Services Coordinator for Willamette Education Service District. She received her M.S. in Deaf Education from Western Oregon University and a B.S. in English and Behavior Sciences from the College of Notre Dame in California.

Eleni has over 27 years experience in education with Deaf and hard of hearing children and their families, birth to 21 years of age. In addition, she has served as a guidance counselor. In 2005, Eleni received the OTICON Focus on People Award for Outstanding Practitioner.

David Solomon

David Solomon
VP Marketing
LightSPEED Technologies


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