Faculty teaching and learning series: PCA&D Center for Teaching & Learning
The College hosting a free, online, two-day workshop for educators at both the K-12 and college level. Under the direction of PCA&D’s Center for Teaching & Learning, the June 17-18 event features speakers who are experts in the field of adapting instruction for neurodiverse learners and varied learning styles, and in supporting the mental and physical wellbeing of students.
A partial lineup of presenters includes:
Ellie Cochran: PCA&D Center for Creative Exploration Faculty. Topic: Using Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) to stream live content.
Amy Faust: Franklin & Marshall College learning specialist. Topic: Demystifying the Learner: Neurodiversity, Executive Function, & Learning Interference.
Wynne Kinder: Educator and author, owner of Wellness Works in Schools. Topic: Mindful Practices for Wellbeing.
Courtney Plotts: National Chair, Council for At Risk Student Education and Professional Standards. Topic: Using culture and understanding as an accommodation; tiered systems of teaching intervention.
Debbie Ribera: Educator, therapist, nonprofit CEO, California State University Los Angeles. Topic: Fostering Mental Wellness in the Classroom.
This virtual Teaching & Learning series is open to all educators. It will include online demonstrations, workshops, and time for participant discussion and questions. The aim is to create opportunities not only for instruction but also for conversation and collective, creative problem-solving.
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