4th Annual Neurodiversity Symposium

The LaFetra College of Education’s Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness (CNLW) is excited to announce that our 4th annual symposium will focus on the groundbreaking work of Dr. Thomas Armstrong. Dr. Armstrong is a leading expert in neurodiversity and education, has written 14 books on neurodiversity, given numerous national and international talks on the subject, done extensive consulting, and has a significant online presence.

Fellows from the Center will facilitate breakout sessions using a specific book(s) by Dr. Armstrong as a lens for exploring the following question:

How can understanding a particular aspect of neurodiversity help students, parents, education professionals, and the community reimagine teaching and learning post-pandemic?

Sessions Offered:

  • Neurodiversity in Schools
  • Strength-Based Learning
  • Mindfulness
  • The Adolescent Brain
  • And Much More!