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Friday October 05
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Students with dyslexia frequently experience feelings of anxiety, frustration and failure. This simulation guides you through reading, listening, and handwriting activities in a way that allows you to experience a sense of the struggles and the frustration that students with learning differences often face. Understanding the difficulties that students face can help us provide more effective support.
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Friday November 09
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Come join dyscalculia specialist Dr. Schreuder for a morning about students who consistently struggle in math despite extensive extra practice: they seem to know it one day and forget it the next! Hear about the background of how the brain learns math, early warning signs, and how to help students who have a math learning difference or Dyscalculia. The presentation will start with Dr Schreuder's husband leading the audience in a short interactive "Dyscalculia Experience".
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Friday February 08
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
As a parent, you want the best for your child and it is a painful experience to watch your child struggle. After much discussion with fellow parents, teachers, school staff, and other professionals, someone likely suggested that you have your child "tested" to better understanding their learning challenges. This, in and of itself, can be a daunting undertaking. This talk will focus on what to expect during and from the assessment process, as well as help you to better understand the results of the testing so that you can best advocate for and help your child.
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Friday April 05
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Problem solving is a vital skill that must be developed and nurtured starting at a young age. As a parent it is difficult to know how and when to help your child to develop the skills necessary for problem solving. This talk will look at the importance of problem solving and how as parents you can encourage the development of this skill.
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Friday September 14
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Many children with learning differences and attention deficits also struggle mightily with executive function skills - the cognitive processes that contribute to planning, organization, initiation and follow through of tasks. From getting started to getting done, EF deficits significantly impact all stages of academic work, as well as life outside of school. This workshop will help parents, educators and other professionals gain a deeper understanding of how to best help people who struggle with these essential skills. The primary focus of the workshop is to share practical, easy-to-implement strategies that will directly impact a child or adolescent's ability to understand, plan, initiate, complete and transition tasks - while managing time and staying organized! Allison Fernandez, Assistant Head of Lower School, and Jill Wiseman, MA, LPC, School Counselor from the Briarwood School will share the strategies and accommodations they use daily with their students who have LD and ADHD.
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Your bright child can't do math, what's going on? Just 'bad at math' or Dyscalculia?:
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