Education taster session

Find out how neurodiversity affects children's learning and how children can be supported so they can reach their full potential. Neurodiversity expert, Dr Lauren Powell, brings her experience into her research and teaching on the psychoeducation of children and young people with neurodisabilities.

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ADHD: How we support and celebrate neurodiversity in The School of Education

Dr Lauren Powell gives an insight into what ADHD is, what it looks like in children, her own lived experiences and research and how we support neurodiverse students in the School of Education. Dr Powell teaches this topic on the BA Education, Culture and Childhood.

When: Thursday 12th October 2023, 3.55pm - 5pm

Age group: Year 12 and Year 13

Location: Online


Please note that this is an approximate schedule and is therefore subject to change.

Time Activity
3.55pm Welcome & settling in
4.00pm Brief presentation about the BA Education, Culture and Childhood by the course Course Director, Dr Jessica Bradley
4.10pm Outline topic and key questions followed by discussion
4.40pm Q&A with student ambassadors
5.00pm Finish

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