Memory and Learning 

This training refers to the general aspects of neurotypical brain development and neurological conditions in children and adults with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, PDD, dyspraxia, social thinking and learning difficulties.

Consider the implications on individuals' memories and capacity for learning and generalising, so that the opportunities for these learners to acquire important skills are maximised. This workshop gives indications onhow to develop functional interventions for primary or secondary learners with autism, social thinking, communication and learning difficulties.

Training 15-20 people, 1h and 30 mins.


What are your thoughts about the training and how this training has helped you? 

“I enjoyed the training on learning and memory. It was a very interactive session, which aimed at bridging the theoretical knowledge on brain development and cognition with the practical implication in a classroom. The trainer clearly described the lobes in the brain and their functions providing some food for thought on potentially efficient teaching approach. Such experience deepened our understanding of the roots and causes of some child’s behaviours as well as demonstrated the brighter side of such children switching the focus to more positive perception of neurodiversity.”

Julia Boegaeva, Founder Education Designer, Brussels Outdoor School

www.boschool.org


Autism awareness 

The workshop begins with a general introduction to autism and to its challenges not only on the academic level (learning differences, brain differences, impact in education) but also to the personal level of students (social relationships, struggling with change, low self-esteem). To quantify their level of difficulties and to provide opportunities to express their strengths and overcome their weaknesses. The session closes with questions and answers. 

For 15-20 people, 1h and 30 mins.


Working with learners with profound and multiple learning difficulties: Routines and expectations. 

The session refers to difficulties and learning challenges caused in children with profound and multiple learning difficulties. Implications of working memory; cycle of deprivation and opportunities for learning will be discussed. This training gives indications to how to teach and adapt the lessons to meet their needs, stimulated retention and form new pathways through routines. The session closes with questions and answers. 

Training for 15-20 people, 2h.


ADHD, sleep and health workshop

The workshop refers to the general aspects of ADHD and sleep problems caused in children and adults. Implications of sleep loss over the appetite; sleep hygiene and correcting the circadian rhythm. This workshop gives indications to dealing with challenging moments and sleep loss. The session closes with questions and answers. 

For 15-20 people, 1h and 30 mins.


Dyslexia challenges workshop

The workshop begins with a general introduction to dyslexia and to its challenges not only on the academic level (learning differences, brain differences, impact in education) but also to the personal level of students (social relationships, struggling with everything, low self-esteem). To quantify their level of difficulties and to provide opportunities to express their strengths and overcome their weaknesses. The session closes with questions and answers. 

For 15-20 people, 1h and 30 mins.

 

Unlocking barriers to achievements. 

Inclusion nowadays promotes that our neurodiverse learners should access the curriculum and have differentiated targets. This workshop is looking into guiding teachers to identify the strengths and areas of skill deficit in learners, set targets and adapt teaching strategies which help learners to develop functional skills to support academic learning. 

Case study using PAGS® platform

For 25-30 people, 45 mins.