Learning is a cognitive process. Every classroom is cognitively diverse. Learn how to associate learning difficulties to cognitive skills as well as refine your approach to how you teach through appropriate strategies to support their areas of difficulty.
How to understand cognitive diversity - often referred to as neurodiversity or neurodivergence.
Signs and accommodations for the most common learning differences in classrooms today including dyslexia, autism, twice-exceptional, non-verbal learning disabilities, and emotional and behavioral disorders.
How to target and strengthen cognitive skills to improve learning ability.
How you will learn:
7 Video micro-lessons from experts
6 Group Discussion Invitations
3 Visuals and Graphic Organizers
2 Application Guides
Ongoing self-checks and application of concepts
Direct access to your Program Leader
Opportunities to give and receive feedback from your peers
Teaching practice reflection
Estimated time to complete: 3.5 hours