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Do YOU have what it takes to teach students with diverse learning needs?

Diversity in education is an important topic and In a world that is becoming increasingly interconnected, it is important to ensure that our education system is inclusive and representative of the diverse societies that they serve.

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Did you know, between 25% - 50% of students in today's classrooms have varying cognitive abilities?

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Get ahead of the Curve!

After attending this class you will
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   Understand the unique characteristics and strengths of students with varying cognitive abilities.

  Acquire practical tools and strategies for supporting neurodiverse students and creating inclusive learning environments.

  Address mainstream classroom hurdles such as social interaction, sensory sensitivities, executive functioning difficulties, and learning differences

  Apply Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles to make curriculum, instruction, and assessments accessible for all.

  Foster effective teamwork between educators, students, parents, and support professionals.

  Promote a culture of inclusivity, acceptance, and empathy within the classroom and school community.

  Review relevant laws and policies, including disability rights legislation and guidelines for reasonable accommodations.

  And for your Professional Development: Earn 20 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in a 5-week online program.

  And benefit from a flexible schedule requiring only 2-3 hours per week.

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    Who is this program for?

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    Teachers

    who are passionate about creating inclusive learning environments and want to effectively support neurodiverse students in their classrooms.

    Educators

    seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills in understanding and accommodating neurodiverse conditions such as ASD, ADHD, dyslexia, and more.

    School Administrators

    who are committed to promoting acceptance, empathy, and inclusivity within their school communities.

    Special Education Professionals

    looking for advanced strategies and best practices to support neurodiverse learners.

    Homeschool Parents

    dedicated to creating tailored, inclusive learning experiences at home, ensuring their children with diverse learning needs thrive academically and emotionally.

    Advocates for Neurodiverse Learners

    committed to championing the rights and inclusion of neurodiverse individuals, seeking effective strategies to support and empower these learners in various educational settings.
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    What to expect

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    Comprehensive Overview of Neurodiversity

    and Its Impact on Academic Learning. Types of Neurodiverse Conditions: Explore common neurodiverse conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, dyscalculia, and others.

    Characteristics and Strengths

    Gain insights into the unique attributes of neurodiverse students and how these may manifest in the classroom.

    Challenges in Mainstream Classrooms: Discuss the hurdles neurodiverse students face, including social interactions, sensory sensitivities, executive functioning difficulties, and learning differences.

    Inclusive Teaching Strategies

    Practical Strategies and Accommodations: Learn to create inclusive learning environments through differentiated instruction, sensory-friendly classrooms, visual supports, and assistive technology.

    Universal Design for Learning (UDL): Discover how to apply UDL principles to design accessible curriculum, instruction, and assessments for all learners.

    Collaboration and Communication

    Effective Collaboration and Communication: Emphasize the importance of teamwork between educators, students, parents, and support professionals.

    Promoting Acceptance and Empathy: Foster a culture of inclusivity, acceptance, and empathy within your classroom and school community.

    Legal and Ethical Considerations

    Review of Relevant Laws and Policies: Understand the legal and ethical landscape related to supporting neurodiverse students, including disability rights legislation and guidelines for reasonable accommodations.

    Professional Development and Support: Identify opportunities for ongoing professional development to enhance your ability to create inclusive learning environments.

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    Who is behind this program?

    Jessica Molloy, M.ED

    • Founder of the WHILDE Programs:
      • The WHILDE Method
      • The WHILDE School (Also Headmaster)
      • WHILDE LLC
        • Coaching Neurodiverse Students in a 1:1 Setting
        • Public Speaking - Conducting workshops on Neurodiversity
    • Completing her Doctorate Program in Education Leadership at UNE 6/25 with her dissertation on Autism
    • Maine LEND Training Director at UNE
    • State Certified Teacher
    • Dyslexic Herself
    • Mother of three Neurodiverse Daughters
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    Jessica Molloy’s Journey is not only inspiring—it’s revolutionary. She’s dedicated to ensuring every student is seen for who they are and connecting their physical, intellectual, emotional, and social aspects to their success in school.

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    Where and When?

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    Where

    • We will meet weekly for five weeks online.
    • You can attend one of two sessions times each week.
    • Each week, there is reading and writing assignments that can be done on your own time.

    When

    • Starts the week of July 8th and runs for five weeks.
    • Each session will last one hour, during which we will discuss the assigned reading materials and tasks for the week.
    • Sessions are on Mondays at 8:00 a.m. or 4:00 p.m. EST.  ( If these times do not work for your schedule, please let us know what will. )
    • Participants can expect to dedicate no more than three hours per week to reading and completing assignments, which must be submitted by Sunday for review and feedback.

    CEU's

    • Upon successful completion, you will earn 20 Continuing Education Units
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    Program Cost
    $497
    / per person
    Register by June 23rd
    and save 25%
    $397
    / per person
    Program Includes

    Weekly reading and writing assignments

    Five Group Zoom Sessions with Jessica

    Feedback and weekly communication from Jessica

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    Upon Completion of the program: 20 CEU's

    Limited Space Available

    Discounts available for Groups of 6 or more. Contact jessica@whilde.com

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