Published : Tuesday, February 13, 2018 | 1:29 PM
One of the many beauties of the Walden community is that its parents are lifelong learners, too, and always willing to lean in for the benefit of their children’s learning experience. On Thursday, February 8, Parent Education Speaker Series # 2′s panel on “Brain Styles” discussed how neurological differences – such as ADHD, giftedness, dyslexia, executive functioning, language processing, sensory processing, memory, and more – influence the way children learn and experience school. Walden School thanks Clinical Neuropsychologist Oren Boxer of the Insight Collective, Elizabeth Jones of the Institute for Educational Advancement, and the school’s own Learning Specialist Janel Umfress for sharing their wisdoms and helping Walden School better understand neurodiversity and variation among human brains and minds.
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