Neurodevelopment: The Basis for School Success—Two Part Series
8:15 am - 3:30 pm
LocationHeritage CRC (ARK)
Led by Mary Ashby and Pam Maat
8:15AM-3:30PM (continental breakfast begins at 8:15am with the session starting promptly at 8:30am; lunch included)
Audience: Educational Support Services (ESS) Teachers and Directors
10 State of Michigan SCECHs are available for this two-part workshop at no cost to participants!
This two-part workshop will equip educational support services teachers with a deeper understanding of a neurodevelopmental framework for learning. Children vary in their neurodevelopmental strengths and challenges, and this variation has powerful implications for educating all kinds of learners. Participants will learn how to utilize CLC Network’s See-Think-Do process for supporting learners, view learners through a neurodevelopmental lens, and consider the eleven psychological systems – the heart – of each learner.
Through interactive discussions, case studies, reflection and content, participants will develop skills to identify students’ strengths and challenges in learning. The See-Think-Do process links strengths and challenges to a student’s unique neurodevelopmental learning and heart profile, and effectively selects instructional strategies to leverage a student’s strengths and help him or her with barriers to learning. Together we desire to help each learner grow their God-given gifts and encourage the acceptance of and celebration of differences.
Participants must attend Part I and Part II of this series. Part I is offered November 29 and Part II is February 7. SCECHs will be rewarded at the conclusion of the second workshop.
This in-service is only available in-person to staff at CLC Network Member Schools. Please contact us at 616-245-8388 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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