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Intermediate Applications of Visual Language Thinking Methods: Shifting from part to whole for better inclusivity

04-06-2019 (Saturday) 09:00AM to 03:30PM
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Learning to think is a process of acquiring language through the Neuro-Semantic Language Learning Theory (NsLLT). Therefore, helping a student learn to use language also helps the student increase the student’s level of thinking. An educational focus on the wholeness of language function parallels the synergy of how the brain learns and improves overall student learning. Participants will engage in activities that show how to focus on language function across students and subjects to shift the educational focus from working on parts to facilitating the student’s learning, as a whole. Applications to the classroom as well as special populations will be provided. This workshop will show how to include all learners in better thinking for better academic, social, and behavioral learning. Intermediate Level.


Alyse Rostamizadeh, M.S.Ed. More Information

Neuro-Viconic Education: The System (NvES) Citizenship through the Language of Respect

06-26-2019 08:00AM (Wednesday) through 06-28-2019 04:00PM (Friday)
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REGISTRATION is by EMAIL. ONLINE REGISTRATION NOT AVAILABLE.Contact mabel@apricotclinic.com for an application form. This three day workshop will have a limited number of cohort members. A NvES manual with templates and exemplars of lessons,and supplemental materials and books is INCLUDED in the price of attendance. Cohort members will have access to additional forms of refinement throughout the year. It should be noted that since this workshop promotes an educational paradigm shift, classroom educators (general or special) and their co-educating support personnel are encouraged to apply. The purpose of this workshop is to provide a holistic, inclusionary approach for all learners based on the following tenets: 1) All learning is brain-based (Neuro-Semantic Language Learning Theory); 2) All children learn to think (Viconic Language Methods); 3) All children learn to be pro-social (The Language of RESPECT); and 4) All children learn through context (Event-Based Learning).


Ellyn Lucas Arwood, Ed.D. More Information
Alyse Rostamizadeh, M.S.Ed. More Information