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Auditory Identification (Professionals)

Course: #1568Level: Intermediate1 Hour 63 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

This session is the second in a series that deconstructs the auditory skills hierarchy and takes each level of auditory function in turn to build a complete understanding of auditory skill development. The critical level of auditory identification is examined here. Specific treatment techniques for maximizing progress through these particular levels will be discussed with ideas for targeting these skills in all situational contexts. The HOPE Online courses "Getting Started with Auditory Skills or Auditory Skills: A Closer Look are suggested as an introduction to the auditory skills hierarchy for professionals new to auditory learning.


Course created on October 26, 2011

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  • checkmarkAfter this course learners will be able to identify behaviors that indicate that a child demonstrates auditory identification skills
  • checkmarkAfter this course learners will be able to contrast identification tasks at various levels of situational context
  • checkmarkAfter this course learners will be able to evaluate treatment techniques for maximizing auditory skill development


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