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Neurodiversity in the Classroom

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Manual for Addressing the Learning Needs of Neurodivergent Learners.

Want to go a step further? Why not take a look at our Inclusion Support Package For Schools – This PLUS 3 other manuals to cover every aspect of teaching and learning difficulties? See also our sequels: The Neuro-Inclusive Teaching Handbook and the Guide for Early Childhood Centres. OR: ALL 3 in our combo kit!

Neurodiversity in the Classroom

UPDATE: Now includes a Google Doc version for ease of sharing with your staff!

From a school that recently purchased this eBook: “Many thanks. I have accessed the link and am finding the resource incredibly useful, an easy practical read for busy teachers.”

Order the follow-up guidebook now: “Empowered Education: A Handbook For Neuro-inclusive Teaching” or our combo kit of all 3 neurodiversity resources.

1 in 5 children in New Zealand are neurodiverse. If it is not recognised and considered, it can lead to low outcomes and crime. This guide helps you to make sure all children, regardless of their ability or impairment, receive the same education as all students.

Teaching children under 10 years of age or with learning difficulties? See our Guide for Early Childhood Educators.

Manual for Addressing the Learning Needs of Neurodivergent Learners.

In this PDF manual, you will learn how to address the learning needs of neurodiverse children. This includes a guide on how best to teach kids who are diagnosed with conditions such as ADHD, autism spectrum disorder and dyslexia.

“Neurodiversity in the Classroom” is your go-to resource for understanding and embracing neurodiversity like never before. This book serves as a compass, guiding teachers through the intricacies of individual learning differences and providing evidence-based strategies to support each student’s needs. Whether you’re a seasoned educator or a new teacher eager to make a lasting impact, this book offers the inspiration and tools necessary to create a transformative educational experience for all learners.

Chapters include:

  • Overview of neurodivergent learners
  • The importance of addressing their learning needs
  • Creating an inclusive learning environment
  • Understanding Neurodiversity – definitions, categories and recognising
  • Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment
  • Differentiated Instruction Strategies
  • Multi-sensory teaching approaches
  • Addressing Specific Learning Needs in Maths, English and Science
  • Applying the same strategies in other subjects
  • Collaborating with parents and support professionals for evaluation
  • Assessing and Monitoring Progress
  • Encouragement for ongoing professional development and learning

Your copy will be able to be shared with all teachers within your school!

Why should you, as a teacher, invest in “Neurodiversity in the Classroom”? Because it’s your key to making a lasting impact. By understanding and celebrating each student’s unique strengths, you can foster an environment where every learner thrives. This book empowers you to implement a strengths-based approach, harnessing the cognitive diversity in your classroom to create engaging and collaborative learning experiences. With real-life actionable tips, and examples this book will inspire you to reshape your teaching methods and create an inclusive space where every student can shine.

Download your PDF eBook now at this reduced price.

Want to get even deeper and cover every single type of learning need in your students? Get our Nurturing Diverse Learning Styles as well to learn how!

The paperback version is available through Amazon:

 

paperback version of Neurodiversity in the classroom

Also see the sequel: The Neuro-Inclusive Teaching Handbook.

Want to go a step further? Why not take a look at our Inclusion Support Package For Schools – This PLUS 3 other manuals to cover every aspect of teaching and learning difficulties? … Get it today and you also get the guide to Critical Thinking for free!

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