Workshop for Faculty and Staff: Meeting Diverse Minds -- Practical Approaches to Teaching Neurodivergent Students



Academic West 305


“Neurodivergence” is an umbrella term encompassing conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, OCD, trauma, and social anxiety. In this workshop, Disability Access Center (DAC) staff will provide faculty and staff with a basic understanding of neurodivergence and impacts of neurodivergence on students’ learning and participation in the classroom. The session will offer practical strategies for effectively teaching and creating inclusive learning environments for neurodivergent students.

Workshops held in Multicultural Center 735 in the Viking Union. Check the ADEI Unit events website for location updates soon before the date of the workshop.

For disability accommodations, please contact; one week of advance notice is appreciated.