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ADHD is one of the most familiar disorders in classrooms from K-12. This workshop will discuss the characteristics of the disorder and how to view ADHD from the dual perspectives of the medical and social models of disability. Participants will learn an array of strategies to help students across grade levels. Register as soon as […]
This fourth module releases on December 15. Description: Learn essential techniques and best practices for effectively welcoming and supporting newly arrived multilingual learners, ensuring a supportive transition into the classroom and community. If you have not joined our online platform for this series yet, it is not too late! This series will have rolling registration. […]
The term neurodivergent was coined in the 1990s by Australian sociologist Judy Singer. The movement has spread significantly, influencing the way children, parents, and educators look at disability. We will engage with the model, compare it to a medical model of disability, and discover new approaches to helping students use their strengths to improve academic […]
This fifth module releases on January 15. Description: Educators will learn how to easily identify the academic English of their content area and build these language skills for all students, without straying from content standards. If you have not joined our online platform for this series yet, it is not too late! This series will […]
From the 1930 movie “Freaks” to the 2021 Academy Award-winning “C.O.D.A,” portrayals of neurodiverse people have created stereotypical pictures of people with disabilities. This workshop examines the tropes that run through popular films and television shows. Teachers will develop an awareness of the critical role that film and television play in creating and continuing disability […]
Workshop Description: We can hone our attention to focus on our strengths, assets, and skills. This helps us generally feel better and enables us to respond to challenges more effectively. Focusing on strengths also boosts our levels of self-efficacy, and we feel more empowered to influence our surroundings. Presenter Biography: Stephanie Letourneau is a certified mindfulness instructor […]