Supporting Students with Working Memory Limitations: Suggestions for Teachers and Parents - Free Talk Tuesday, January 26th
From Architects for Learning January 5, 2016 Students with weaknesses in language, attention, and/or executive function skills often have working memory limitations that can hold them back academically. Please join us for a complimentary presentation to learn why and what you can do. Carly Soare, Angela Tamborella, and Dr. Bonnie Singer (from Architects For Learning) will shed light on how working memory affects listening, speaking, reading, and writing and will share practical strategies parents and teachers can use to support students of all ages. When: 7:00 - 9:00pm Tuesday, January 26, 2016 (Snow date: February 2, 2016) Where:Architects for Learning 160 Gould Street, First Floor Needham, MA Free and open to parents and teachers!
This is NESCA's newspaper, and you can easily have it delivered weekly to your inbox. In it, you'll find updates about our pediatric neuropsychology practice, with offices in Newton, MA and Londonderry, NH. It will also feature discussions on topics of interest to families including reports on significant developments in science, education and the law as they relate to children with neurologically-based special needs, including learning disabilities, emotional or attentional problems, executive functioning deficits and autism spectrum disorders. The contents of this blog are intended to convey general information only and not to provide legal advice or opinions and should not be construed as such in any circumstance or situation.
Our goal is that this become an important resource supporting our clients and their families.