March 22 | Zoom

This virtual workshop, co-sponsored by TAIS and NCAIShighlights the core elements of educational and social neuroscience as they relate to students’ learning outcomes today. Join live and watch the recordings of the ones you miss. 

Sessions are provided by faculty experts from TAIS and NCAIS schools as well as experts from around the country. The Keynote is provided by Katherine R.G. Mendez who teaches on executive functioning in addition to speech-language pathology.  

Both current research and practical applications will be emphasized to help teachers increase their capacity to create classrooms that are academically and socially enriching for all learners. These interactive sessions will offer a well-rounded understanding of how to design effective instruction and interventions for neurodiverse student populations.

Target Audience: All classroom teachers Pre-K-12, Learning Support Directors and Staffs, Division Heads, and Deans of Faculty 

 Cost: NCAIS Member School: $95/pp; Guests $145/pp


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