EMBRACING DIVERSITY- 10 janvier 2021

Si vous avez manqué l’atelier Embrassing Diversity, ne vous inquiétez pas. Nous avons capté les sessions en vidéo. Toutes les sessions sont en anglais seulement.

Play, More than Meets the Eye!

Children are children first... they are not their disabilities! This workshop will emphasize the importance of play in the global development of children. It will touch upon the benefits of play not only for motor development but for cognitive and social development. “Play is anything but trivial” Stuart Brown

ASD and Routines – Secondary

Students with special needs often thrive on routine to help them have a sense of order and calm in their day. Routine can also be used as a vehicle to build import-ant life skills such as independence. In this workshop, we will explore how to build in routines such as chores, homework time, visual schedules, and leisure time in order to foster autonomy and confidence in students with special needs. This will carry them towards success in school and beyond.

Mental Health: Social Emotional Learning

Like most things, education has evolved over the last number of years. There has been a shift to recognize that our kids need more than academic skills to succeed and it is critical to pay attention to the development of the whole child. As schools embark on teaching our children social & emotional learning skills, parents have a dual role to play in raising self-aware children who know how to manage his or her emotions, make responsible decisions, and resolve conflicts effectively. Join me to learn more about the SEL initiatives taking place in our schools as well as ways us as parents can support and foster the development of social and emotional learning for our kids and us.

ASD and Routines - Elementary

Students with special needs often thrive on routine to help them have a sense of order and calm in their day. Routine can also be used as a vehicle to build important life skills such as independence. In this workshop, we will explore how to build in routines such as chores, homework time, visual schedules, and leisure time in order to foster autonomy and confidence in students with special needs. This will carry them towards success in school and beyond.

Éducazoo – Virtual Experience

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