Workshops

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Practitioner Workshops 1 | Practitioner Workshops 2 | Expert Workshops 1 | Expert Workshops 2

There are two different types of Workshops running during the SENIA 2014 Singapore Conference: Practitioner Workshops and Expert Workshops. The Practitioner Workshops will be run by conference participants and who are practising teachers and will take place on Friday, 28 February from 11:00-12:00 and from 14:45-15:45. The Expert Workshops will by run by experts in the field of special education needs and will take place on Saturday, 1 March from 11:00-12:15 and from 13:15-14:30.

Practitioner Workshops

The Practitioner Workshops will take place on Friday, 28 February from 11:00-12:00 and from 14:45-15:45. You will be able to access full details about Practitioner Workshops 1 here and Practitioner Workshops 2 here. Details will be available soon.

Expert Workshops

The Expert Workshops will take place on Saturday, 1 March. Expert Workshop 1 will run from 11:00-12:15 and Expert Workshop 2 will run from 13:15-14:30. Please see the full list below. You can find full details about the workshops and trainers for Expert Workshop 1 here and for Expert Workshop 2 here.

  • ADHD – What it is (and isn’t!): Andrea Raaymakers (11:00-12:15)
  • ADHD – What you need to know and how to integrate it at school: Andrea Raaymakers (13:15-14:30)
  • But What About Our Kids? How can we help them access restorative processes?: Margaret Thorsborne(11:00-12:15 & 13:15-14:30)
  • Going back to the beginning: Shad Moarif (11:00-12:15)
  • Less is more: Strategies for teaching students to paraphrase and summarize in writing: Bonnie Singer (11:00-12:15 & 13:15-14:30)
  • Maths Misconceptions in Middle and High School: Shad Moarif (13:15-14:30)
  • Medical Considerations in School Settings: Tics, Twitches, Tremors and Atypical Behaviors: Roby Marcou (13:15-14:30)
  • Social Thinking – A ‘solution-focused’ approach to understanding and supporting behaviours within the classroom in High Functioning children. PART 1: Helping students ‘Understand perspectives and understand the bigger picture’: Chithra Kathiresan (11:00-12:15)
  • Social Thinking – A ‘solution-focused’ approach to understanding and supporting behaviours within the classroom in High Functioning children. PART 2: Helping students become ‘Flexible Thinkers’ and better ‘Problem Solvers’: Chithra Kathiresan (13:15-14:30)
  • The DSM-V: What the New Diagnostic Manual Says about ADHD, Learning Disorders and Autism: Roby Marcou (11:00-12:15)