Webinar Duration: 65 minutes (approx.)
This webinar will provide headteachers, school leaders, mental health leads, SENCOs, teachers and practitioners with an alternative stance on teaching and learning which recognises and responds to each pupil’s individual strengths and needs and respects the positive qualities of difference.
Though relatively new, the term neurodiversity has been embraced as a means of rejecting culturally entrenched negativity and promoting the positive qualities of people who live, learn and view the world differently. It provides schools with an opportunity to explore an entirely new trend in thinking about human diversity which can improve outcomes for all learners.
In this webinar, Stephen Burnage, expert practitioner, consultant and trainer with over 25 years' experience in teaching and leadership, invites schools to re-evaluate traditional models of teaching learning, and provides practical guidance on creating a strength-based classroom where all can thrive.