Trauma of Poverty
|Date||Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 to Tuesday, April 10th, 2018|
|Time||3:15pm to 6:15pm|
|Location||Richmond Elementary School|
125 School Street
In this 45-hour course, participants will gain an understanding of poverty related stress and its impact on brain function.
Participants will establish a framework for developing social and emotional learning competencies in their students.
This course will cover the following:
Julie Erdelyi, M.A., Autism Specialist
Program Manager for Communication Services & Professional Learning
Julie provides consultation and instruction. She has a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Vermont and a Master’s degree in special education – developmental disabilities from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has extensive experience as a Special Educator and Autism Specialist designing and implementing academic instruction, proactive behavior intervention plans, and social thinking instruction for elementary school students who have Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has presented at local and national conferences and was published in the Autism Asperger’s Digest Magazine.
|Audience||Teachers, Special Educators, Service Providers, Administrators|
|Grade Level||PreK - 12|
This course will run over the course of 10 days from 3:15 PM – 6:15 PM. The dates are as follows:
Registrations for this course are closed, however we are offering this course again in July.
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