Supporting Neurodiverse Students
Workshop in Supporting Neurodiverse Students
Posted on 05/20/2019
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Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has announced a new statewide professional learning system entitled Supporting Neurodiverse Students. This learning system includes trainings to be held across the state, as well as online discussion groups, book clubs and other website resources. This system is designed to support educators serving students with disability-related needs in the area of social and emotional learning. Specific topics include self-regulation, social communication, flexibility, resilience, sensory processing and executive functioning. This training is beneficial for all education professionals supporting students with autism, students with emotional behavioral disabilities, or other neurodiverse students, including those who may have a history of adversity or be experiencing mental health challenges. (Parents are also invited to attend at no cost.) Emphasis will be placed on Universal Design for Learning, inclusive practices, self-determination and self-advocacy, College and Career Ready IEP Five Step Process and CCR-IEP Five Beliefs enriched by evidence-based improvement strategies. Additional information including links to registration is available at

Pecatonica Area School District will be hosting a a workshop on August 26th, 2019 from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm at no cost. This workshop is open to all community members
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Neurodiverse Workshop


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