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The courses and workshops listed below have been submitted by members of AKOM's Provider Network. At the time of posting, each course had at least some spaces open for general registration. Please call or email the contact listed for each course directly for additional information.

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June 2015

Event Dates Description
Schools Attuned to All Kinds of Minds-Subject Specialist Path (Baltimore, MD) 06/15/2015 to 06/19/2015

This 5-day comprehensive institute provides an in-depth exploration of learning and learning variations, along with signature processes and tools that help educators address the individual learning needs in K-12 classrooms. Delve into the science of learning by using the All Kinds of Minds framework of neurodevelopmental constructs. Participants experience using the framework by developing a student profile to identify individual strengths and breakdowns in learning. Gain confidence in selecting and applying a variety of instructional strategies to meet a student’s learning needs that leverage his or her strengths.  Location: Roland Park Country School, Baltimore, MD. Advance registration is required. Inquire for registration deadline and cost information.

Contact Information

Carla Spawn-van Berkum

vanberkumc@rpcs.org

410-323-5500 x3072

Teaching All Kinds of Minds (Washington, DC) 06/22/2015 to 06/24/2015

For K-12 educators, this workshop explores the science of learning through academic themes (e.g., reading and writing) and provides tools and activities for classroom use. Participants are introduced to the All Kinds of Minds learning framework and related research in the field of neuroeducation. Participants will increase understanding about how the mind functions and collaborate with colleagues to discover how this new insight can enhance classroom and school success. Advanced Registration is required. Led by the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning at St. Andrew's Episcopal School

Contact Information

Glenn Whitman

gwhitman@saes.org

301-983-5200 (x322)

July 2015

Event Dates Description
Teaching All Kinds of Minds (Houston, TX) 07/06/2015 to 07/08/2015

For K-12 educators, this workshop explores the science of learning through academic themes (e.g., reading and writing) and provides tools and activities for classroom use. Participants are introduced to the All Kinds of Minds learning framework and related research in the field of neuroeducation. Participants will increase understanding about how the mind functions and collaborate with colleagues to discover how this new insight can enhance classroom and school success. Advanced Registration is required. Location: Garden Oaks Montessori, Houston, TX

Contact Information

Corina Bullock

ckbullock@att.net

281.704.7533

Understanding Learning and Learners (Houston, TX) 07/09/2015

This one-day workshop introduces a way of using the science of learning to better understand and address the learning diversity in your classroom.  In this workshop, you'll learn about All Kinds of Minds neurodevelopmental framework and engage in an interactive overview of the mind's functions to help you gain a deeper understanding of how your students learn. You'll discover how students' unique learning profiles can affect their school performance and get ideas on how you can use this deeper understanding of learning to align your curriculum and instruction with the learning profiles of your students. Location: Garden Oaks Montessori, Houston TX. Advance Registration is required.

Contact Information

Corina Bullock

ckbullock@att.net

281.704.7533

Understanding Learners and Learning (Houston, TX) 07/20/2015

This one-day workshop introduces a way of using the science of learning to better understand and address the learning diversity in your classroom.  In this workshop, you'll learn about All Kinds of Minds neurodevelopmental framework and engage in an interactive overview of the mind's functions to help you gain a deeper understanding of how your students learn. You'll discover how students' unique learning profiles can affect their school performance and get ideas on how you can use this deeper understanding of learning to align your curriculum and instruction with the learning profiles of your students. Location: Red Elementary, Houston, TX. Advance Registration is required,

Contact Information

Corina Bullock

ckbullock@att.net

281.704.7533