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Strengthening Parent-Teacher Collaboration Around Learning and Thinking Differences
Organizer: UnderstoodCost: FREE!
TIME: Wednesday November 10, 2021, 12- 1 PM MST
EXPERTS: Bob Cunningham, EdM & Anna King
After a year of interrupted learning, parent-teacher collaboration has never been more important for supporting students – especially those with learning and thinking differences, like ADHD and dyslexia. But starting and navigating these conversations isn’t easy.
Teachers and parents don’t have to – and shouldn’t – be alone on this journey. Join this session with Understood and the National PTA to learn more about:
- What learning and thinking differences are, and how they affect students
- The latest data and insight from parents and educators about the challenges of this school year, particularly for the one in five students with learning and thinking differences
- Practical tips and resources for how educators can work with parents to help all children thrive academically, socially, and emotionally
Click on Go To Website below to register and learn more.