Teaching All Kinds of Minds Using a Neurodevelopmental Lens


Date: 08/23/2017 – 10/20/2017
Location: Boston – Boston, MA
Facilitators: Gene Thompson-Grove
AKOM, Child Study, Neurodevelopment, RTL, TAKOM, Teaching All Kinds of Minds

Have you ever been in a student work session and observed someone pulling out the All Kinds of Minds placemat to analyze the student work, and wish you knew how to use the tool?

This course (3 days in August, followed by two days in late October when school is in session) supports K-12 educators as they develop a better understanding of how to adapt instruction and design targeted interventions based on students’ neurodevelopmental learning profiles. Participants learn to use the All Kinds of Minds framework and a strength-based approach to support students’ uniquely wired minds, and to create more effective accommodations and learning tasks.

Dates:  August 23-25 and October 19-20, 2017
Cost: $950 August/October session; $750 August session only
Contact: Gene Thompson-Grove, genetg@gmail.com
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