This interactive workshop discusses the impact of children’s sensory preferences on learning and how staff can create successful learning environments for students.
It provides an overview of how everyone’s sensory systems impact on their ability to pay attention, focus and learn effectively. Participants are then provided with a range of practical strategies and tools to put that knowledge into practice and support children to understand their own sensory preferences and how they learn best. The workshop includes:
NIL - This workshop does not assume any prior knowledge of sensory processing theory or intervention
Educators, including teachers, aides and allied health clinicians working with primary school aged children.
Parents, carers and support workers engaged in supporting children in a classroom environment are also welcome to attend.
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