Neurodiversity in terms of Learning, Behaviour and Socialisation: A Whole School Approach

Neurodiversity is a term which was first coined in the late 1990s to describe conditions such as Dyslexia, Autism and ADHD as not disorders but rather more like variations or differences of the human brain.
Understanding Neurodiversity enables you to effectively communicate and know your learners. Through effective motivational strategies and understanding characteristic of behaviour rising from the barriers that having a neurodiversity creates in learning will enable you to help your learners achieve their full academic potential. Understanding Neurodiversity enables you to effectively communicate and know your learners.

Provider details: 
Address:
Evesham College
Davies Road
Evesham
WR11 1LP
United Kingdom
Contact phone: 
07956 644 786
Course stage: 
Stage 1 - Universal
Course strand(s): 
B. Theories of dyslexia/SpLD
E. Communicating and working with others
Method of training: 
Online/Distance
Type of training: 
Non-accredited CPD
Contact email: 
srostill@patoss-dyslexia.org
Credits for course: 
1.5 hours general cpd
Level: 
None: 
None
Duration: 
1.5 hours
Region: 
Various Regions

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