Learning support PLD: Understanding Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Developing learning-focused relationships with your learners who require additional support can be challenging for teachers. This practical workshop aims to demystify foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and equip educators with the right understanding to best support their learners.
This workshop is ideal for teachers, teacher aides, SENCOs, Learning Support Co-ordinators (LSC), RTLBs, kaiako in early learning settings, and leaders.
Brenda Ellis will be leading this series of workshops. Brenda has specialist knowledge, expertise and in-depth experience in learning support, having recently joined Evaluation Associates from Salisbury School (a national residential school for young people with complex needs based in Nelson). Brenda brings her years of sensible, practical experience to this empowering workshop. Follow the Quick Links for details.
Focus of each session
- background on foetal alcohol spectrum disorder – what the condition is
- practical strategies for teachers to assist in managing foetal alcohol spectrum disorder to enhance learning
- question and answer session
- unpacking real life scenarios as a group.
Afternoon tea and all resources are provided. This workshop is part of our learning support summer taster series. Over the course of two days, we are offering four practical workshops focused on different conditions learners may have. We encourage you to look at the four workshops and consider attending more than one. Follow the Quick Links for details.
Registrations for these workshops are now closed. Please contact us if you would like to talk to us about supporting learners with additional challenges.
There are no workshops available for registration at this time. Please check back later