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Working in Classrooms with Students with

 Neurological and Emotional Disorders

January 30, 2018

Warwick NEIT Campus 2480 Post Rd., Warwick

RIASP OFFICES 330-332

Registration 8:00am Workshop: 8:30am-3:30pm

RIASP Member (& Staff) Fee $195 ; Non-Member Fee $245 

REGISTER HERE:  STUDENTS WITH NEUROLOGICAL AND EMOTIONAL DISORDERS

The classroom is becoming increasingly more complex. We need the ability to work with students who have a wide array to blocks to learning “road blocks.” 

After this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the various aspects of Autism Spectrum Disorder and what to expect when working with a student with this diagnosis
  • Explain the various aspects of ADD and ADHD and what to expect when supporting a students with this diagnosis
  • Demonstrate strategies that support a student with emotional and/or behavioral challenges in the classroom

*Presenter: Jane Hardin  began her career teaching both general and special education in public schools. During her time as a resource room teacher, her program was selected as an exemplary model by the National Council for Exceptional Children. For the last 20 years, Jane has been a member of the Simmons College Faculty, supervising and training student teachers and interns entering the field of special education. In addition, she served as a consultant for a variety of school systems both locally and nationally and was a board member of the Massachusetts Council for Exceptional Children, Jane’s B.A. is in general education, and she has a M.Ed. in Teacher of Children with Special Needs. Her areas of training and consultation include Response to Intervention, Classroom and Behavior Management, The Changing Face and News of the Student with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Teaching Students with Emotional and Behavioral Issues, How Anxiety Impacts the Learning Process, What Educators Need to Know about Traumatic Brain Injury.


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