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Supporting neurodivergent students in the classroom


Tuesday August 22
7.30PM (NZST)

Dr Emily McDougal (University of Surrey) will share insights from her work into supporting neurodivergent students in schools and classrooms. Emily’s research explores the learning of autistic students, and she was a member of the team that worked on the ‘Edinburgh Psychoeducation Intervention for Children (EPIC)’, in which she worked with children with ADHD and their teachers to develop a toolbox-based intervention aimed to support cognition and learning in the classroom. She will share practical approaches and strategies that teachers can use to support their engagement with, and the learning of, neurodivergent students.

Please join us for this informative and interactive session. As always, there will be opportunities to ask questions.

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