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FREE Webinar: Build Confident Communicators in the Classroom Webinar Presented By Learning Without Tears™

Build Confident Communicators in Elementary School
Classrooms in just 30 Minutes!

Create a foundation for developing your students’ communication and writing skills and improve their test scores, confidence, and creativity with active, multisensory instruction with this FREE Learning Without Tears™ webinar!

  • Understand the connection between great writers and confident communicators in the classroom
  • Discover the communication skills needed to help children complete assignments and raise test scores
  • Identify easy strategies to build early learning, handwriting, and keyboarding skills
  • Provide your teachers access to fun lessons that build communication skills in elementary school

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Webinar originally presented on May 18, 2017.


Denise Donica

Denise Donica completed her Doctor of Health Science and Master of Health Science in occupational therapy at the University of Indianapolis in 2007 and 2005, respectively. She also holds a bachelor of science degree in psychology/criminal justice and occupational therapy from Indiana University. Dr. Donica is an Associate Professor in the Occupational Therapy Department at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. Dr. Donica’s focus in clinical practice has been with the pediatric population through school system and outpatient practice. She has been using the Handwriting Without Tears® curriculum for over 15 years and is a Level 1 certified handwriting specialist with the program. She has conducted and published research related to student success and handwriting skills, and she has also presented nationally and internationally on handwriting-related research and keyboarding skills.

Keith Kline

Keith R. Kline received his bachelor of science degree in occupational therapy from Quinninpiac College in Hamden, Connecticut. He has been practicing pediatric occupational therapy in a school setting since September 1999. He currently works with all students—especially those with exceptionalities—from the Pre-K to middle school level. He has had over 12 years of experience working with the Handwriting Without Tears® curriculum. As a National Workshop Presenter for Handwriting Without Tears, he has provided numerous presentations on the program to teachers, administrators, students, and parents.