One Day K-12 Educator Conference
Conference specifically tailored for K-12 Educators; parents welcome.
"Strategies to Help Students with Slower   Processing Speed Succeed in the Classroom"
Join us for an opportunity to hear from an expert in the field, ask questions, engage in an interactive session, and walk away with  Strategies to Help Students with Slower Processing Speed Succeed in the Classroom .

In today's world response time and instant replies are considered essential skills. Whether responding to a peer on social media, or participating and collaborating in the classroom, processing speed is an important part of the equation. However, many children feel left behind.  Difficulties with processing speed are seen in students with Asperger/Autism profiles, anxiety, ADHD, and other learning and developmental differences. This conference will provide educators (parents welcome) with an overview of processing speed, and its relationship to the quick-paced lifestyles, both in and out of the classroom.
Presenter:
Brian Willoughby, PhD
(co-author of 'Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up')
Cost:  $75 (includes coffee + lunch)
When: Thurs., August 10th
Time: 9 AM to 3 PM
( doors open at 8:30 AM )

Where:  Rhode Island College in the Student Union Ballroom 
RIC is located at 
This conference will provide an overview of processing speed, how it manifests in the classroom and social relationships, and what you can do to accommodate with Strategies to Help Students with Slower Processing Speed Succeed in the Classroom.

We invite you to join us in Rhode Island for this great program.
Hope to see you there!
  Questions? Please email Brian.Kremer@AANE.org. Thank you for your interest.

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