Fri, 21 Apr|
Neurodiversity in the classroom. Sandhya Menon - Developmental Psychologist
For teachers and speech pathologists. Neurodiversity in the classroom. Teach the way they learn. Discover how to support autistic and ADHD students in the classroom, including an overview of the neurotypes, classroom supports and recognising distress behaviour.
Time & Location
21 Apr 2023, 9:00 am – 11:00 am
About the event
Event resources: Video recording and slides. Learn more.
About our presenter: Sandhya Menon Developmental psychologist and author
Sandhya Menon is a Aut/ADHDer Developmental Psychologist and author of The Brain Forest, an affirming book for all children about neurotypes, inclusion and accommodations. Sandhya finds joy in taking complex information from research and making it simple, relatable and practical. Her interest lies in exploring the autism/ADHD culture through both lived experience and a professional lens.
About the webinar: Neurodiversity in the classroom: Teach the way they learn.
For teachers and speech pathologists. Discover how to support autistic and ADHD students in the classroom, including an overview of the neurotypes, classroom supports and recognising distress behaviour.
This webinar explores how to optimise a classroom to cater for the different neurotypes. This is often a key challenge for many teachers and speech pathologists working in school communites. The presentation provides deep insight into how an autistic and ADHD mind processes information so that teaching occurs to support learning. Some of the stressors neurodivergent children face in a mainstream classroom will be unpacked. Learn how to put supports in place to help all students thrive and how to understand and meet distress as it occurs.
Online attendees$30.00Tax: GST included