Increase your students capacity to learn in this one day School-Based Brain Development Seminar with Carol Brown
This seminar, designed for a school, will have whole teams working together for the benefit of the development of the child. Simple exercises and strategies are reviewed that can be implemented school-wide to benefit all children, yet most especially the Learning Disabled child. Actual training is given that can be implemented the next day on integrating primitive reflexes for neurodevelopment, nutritional and exercise strategies, screenings and exercises to improve visual and auditory processing, cognitive skills training, such as working and long term memory, processing speed, attention, reading skills, math skills, and comprehension.
At the end of this seminar the participant will be able to:
1. Identify the common causes of Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, and Dysgraphia and when brain development occurs for necessary cognitive skills
2. Explain why brain health is necessary for brain development at any age, what nutrients are essential and what foods cause brain dysfunction
3. Describe how stress affects learning and ways to relieve it
4. Identify the six primitive survival reflexes taught, what symptoms are associated with each, and what exercises can inhibit each reflex
5. Outline which areas in sensory-motor development contribute to poor reading,writing and math skills and exercises to correct them
6. Understand how instructional methods impact memory and attention
7. Understand the cognitive skills necessary for reading, writing, and math and strategies and exercises to strengthen them
8. Increase your students comprehension and cultivate creativity in oral and written expression
Contact Carol Brown to schedule this seminar at your school.
I am interested in finding out if any schools in the Atlanta area are hosting a conference. I am unable to host a conference at my school but would be interested in attending at another host school in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Thank you.