Change agents -- leaders in special education-- are transforming ways to help older students cope with ASD, attention deficits and related problem behavior that interferes with learning. What does the latest brain research suggest about how we can individualize services, help these students pay closer attention to oral instruction, develop self-regulation skills, complete assignments on time and meet their educational goals?
Join us as a leading expert in brain science provides insight and practical advice about results-oriented practices for educating middle and high school students who have been diagnosed with these disorders.
After this webinar, participants will be able to: Know how to apply new research on the neuroscience of autism spectrum and attention disorders in older students Understand how instructional and technological interventions can maximize auditory attention in the classroom and drive better results. Be able to implement instructional tools and methods to enhance self-regulation skills and decrease behavioral management issues in the classroom
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