Come join Hively Staff and our trainer, Charlene Sigman, founder and Executive Director of School of Imagination and Happy Talkers, to come together and learn more about neurodiversity.
Children who are neurodiverse learn and experience the world differently. This presentation will give you valuable insights and practical strategies to support neurodiverse learners in early education settings. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of neurodiversity and learn how to create inclusive and supportive learning environments that cater to the diverse needs of all children. The presentation will focus on empowering educators with the tools and knowledge needed to foster the success and well-being of neurodiverse learners, promoting a positive and enriching experience for all children.
1. Develop an Understanding of Neurodiversity:
– Define the concept of neurodiversity and recognize its importance in early education settings.
– Identify various neurodiverse conditions and learning differences commonly encountered in classrooms.
2. Implement Inclusive Teaching Strategies:
– Explore evidence-based teaching techniques that accommodate neurodiverse learners in the classroom.
– Learn how to adapt instructional materials and activities to meet the individual needs of diverse learners.
3. Foster a Positive and Supportive Learning Environment:
– Understand the role of emotional and social support in creating a nurturing environment for neurodiverse children.
– Acquire strategies for promoting social interactions and peer relationships among all learners, fostering a sense of belonging and acceptance.
Check with your PGA to confirm that training counts as Professional Growth Hours.