Every student is unique; and thus, every brain is unique. In fact, there are far less “normal” brains and learners than you might suspect.
If you, and your teachers, work with students with specific needs and/or learning challenges it is essential you understand exactly what is going on in their brains so you can best support them.
Whether your students face challenges with attention deficits, emotional regulation, sensory challenges, exhibit behaviors on the autism spectrum, or any other number of unique learning characteristics, many of your solutions begin with understanding their brain and how their cognitive functions may be impacted.
With this information, your teachers will be empowered with the knowledge and skills necessary to support their students academically and emotionally. Teacher frustration will plummet, and student achievement will skyrocket after this engaging training.