Neurodevelopmental Differentiation 1-Day Institute

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Imagine if all your students were aware of their learning strengths. Imagine if all of the
teachers in your school could develop ways to build upon these learning strengths. Now imagine if all of the teachers in your school could diagnose blockages to learning and develop strategies and activities to overcome them.

In this full-day institute, clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller will explore the work and research outlined in his new book, Neurodevelopmental Differentiation, to show teachers how identifying students’ inherent learning strengths can be used to help address areas in which they might be struggling at school.

By focusing on eight fundamental brain areas – spatial reasoning; perceptual and motor coordination; concentration and memory; planning and sequencing; thinking and logic; people skills; language and word smarts; and number smarts – Andrew will outline how to tailor your classroom interventions to each unique student and their brain, as well as how to create diverse individual learning plans that give every student the chance to shine across the curriculum.

Andrew’s research will help teachers to become diagnosticians of learning and develop activities that enable all learners to thrive, so they can all make the pledge to turn their school into a place where everyone gets smart.

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SKU CONF2020INST04
Session No
Day Day 2
Topic Child/Adolescent Development, Differentiation

Imagine if all your students were aware of their learning strengths. Imagine if all of the
teachers in your school could develop ways to build upon these learning strengths. Now imagine if all of the teachers in your school could diagnose blockages to learning and develop strategies and activities to overcome them.

In this full-day institute, clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller will explore the work and research outlined in his new book, Neurodevelopmental Differentiation, to show teachers how identifying students’ inherent learning strengths can be used to help address areas in which they might be struggling at school.

By focusing on eight fundamental brain areas – spatial reasoning; perceptual and motor coordination; concentration and memory; planning and sequencing; thinking and logic; people skills; language and word smarts; and number smarts – Andrew will outline how to tailor your classroom interventions to each unique student and their brain, as well as how to create diverse individual learning plans that give every student the chance to shine across the curriculum.

Andrew’s research will help teachers to become diagnosticians of learning and develop activities that enable all learners to thrive, so they can all make the pledge to turn their school into a place where everyone gets smart.