Using TPBI2 to Develop Effective Play-Based Interventions for Young Children
Dr. Toni Linder presents Transdisciplinary Play-Based Intervention, Second Edition (TPBI2) and shows professionals how they can use TPBI to translate the results of Transdisciplinary Play-Based Assessment, Second Edition (TPBA2) into effective interventions, including IEPs and IFSPs, for young children from infancy through age 6. She explains how to use the TPBI2 planner to select the most appropriate and engaging activities for each child, based on the child’s goals and current abilities. Participants will also get strategies for working with families and will learn how to adapt those strategies to suit individual children’s and families’ needs. Dr. Linder illustrates TPBI2 use through examples on video.
Combine this seminar with a presentation on Transdisciplinary Play-Based Assessment, Second Edition (TPBA2) and/or Read, Play, and Learn!®, the transdisciplinary, play-based curriculum. If participants are not familiar with TPBA2, it is recommended that the seminar begin with a presentation of this assessment content. Allow at least two days for a combined presentation.
This seminar can be a one-day overview, a five-day seminar full of hands-on learning experiences, or any length in between. A two-day presentation is recommended. Let us know the background of the audience, and Dr. Linder will gear the instruction to their needs, emphasizing strategies relevant to particular domains of development within a holistic framework.
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