Light up the Learning Brain: Strategies for Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences
A Vision Bee is dedicated to imparting the latest information regarding teaching students who have visual impairments. A Vision Bee is appropriate for parents, families, teachers, service providers, social workers and anyone who is interested in increasing their skills in regards to serving students with visual impairments. Registration is free. CEUs are available. You may register using the documents found on this webpage.
Featured Speaker: Jessica Sinarski, LPCMH, BraveBrains
Participants will discover new tools based on the latest neuroscience to increase learning opportunities, reduce negative behavior, and improve communication between school and home. Whether you’re a brain novice or well-versed in research about trauma and the brain, you won’t want to miss this hope-filled learning experience. Participants will practice new skills and construct a plan for bringing the changes home. Facilitated activities will include strategies for reducing vicarious trauma and burnout. Participants will be able to: (1) Identify Turnaround for Children’s well-researched foundational “Building Blocks for Learning” (attachment, stress management and self-regulation) and discuss the parts of the brain involved; (2) Apply this knowledge to increase engagement of the learning brain and reduce challenging behavior; (3) Design a plan for changing or augmenting current practices.
To register please fill out the form below. There will be No Charge for this training. CEUs will be available for PT, OT, SLP, O&M(ACVREP), and Counseling. Space is limited,“please register early”.