Meeting Dates: March 16, 2021
Meeting Times: 5:00-6:30pm ET
Audience: K-12 Educators
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The landscape of education is ever evolving, and with that so is the makeup of our classrooms and schools. Students come to us with varying levels of abilities in all aspects of academic and non academic endeavors. They have differentiated strengths and weaknesses. As we become more aware of the neurodiversity of our population, general education teachers have a responsibility to meet the needs of all of the learners in their classrooms. By developing empathy, and building an increasing awareness of the vast diversities of the students sitting in our classrooms, educators will leave this workshop with very specific and actionable strategies to support students in managing everyday reading, writing, and listening challenges and in developing compensatory academic independence skills.
Brandon Boston, Workshop Facilitator
Brandon Boston is the Director of Eagles Landing International of Eagles Landing Camps, where he coordinates the development of emerging markets and an international summer camp that offers school-aged students (7-18) the opportunity to experience targeted academic programs, global leadership development, and exposure to an authentic Northeastern camping experience. Brandon is the founder of The Boston Group, where he consults for school communities, delivers faculty workshops, and counsels families on school choice at both the K-12 and higher education levels. Brandon is a strong advocate for all students and families and has been committed to supporting students in multiple capacities for more than a decade.
Tanya Lynch, Workshop Facilitator
Tanya Lynch currently serves as the High School Principal at North Broward Preparatory School, a Nord Anglia Education School, in South Florida, and collaborates with The Boston Group; where she consults for school communities and delivers professional development workshops for faculty and staff. Tanya channels her vision and passion for education into deliberate and well-planned actions that yield effective and notable results. She is a self-starter, as well as a driver of positive change, and she motivates and inspires those around her. In her 17 years as a classroom teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal, and education consultant, Tanya has developed both her own expertise and the capacity of other educators in their abilities to foster, grow and sustain school-wide cultures centered around high quality instruction, critical thinking, communication and collaboration.