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2016 Foxborough Summer Institute has ended

FOXBOROUGH PUBLIC SCHOOLS CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND 

OUR 2-DAY SUMMER INSTITUTE

TUESDAY, JUNE 28 & WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29

Foxborough teachers cost:            

  • $35 for 1 day
  • $50 for 2 days

 

Outside Districts Cost:

  • $100 for 1 day
  • $150 for 2 days

 

Checks/Purchase orders should be made out to Foxborough Public Schools and mailed to FPS Summer Institute, 60 South Street, Foxborough, MA 02035. For questions please contact Amy Berdos, Assistant Superintendent at 508-543-1675.

When registering be sure to schedule your choice of one (1) Keynote for each day that you are attending, three (3) breakout sessions for each day, and your choice of sandwich for lunch!

 

Tuesday, June 28 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Session II: Meeting Sensory Needs in the Classroom (Tuesday) LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Participants of this workshop will be able to: 1. Define sensory processing; 2. Demonstrate understanding of the 7 senses; 3. Differentiate between “the power senses” and the refined senses; 4. Describe the function of the vestibular system; 5. Describe the function of the proprioceptive and kinesthetic system; 6. Develop an understanding of when sensory processing begins; 7. Demonstrate awareness of the sensory diet concept; 8. Demonstrate understanding of personal sensory needs; 9. Demonstrate understanding of students’ sensory needs; 10. Develop understanding of personal learning style, as well as student learning styles; 11. Differentiate between levels of alertness; 12. Develop strategies to move students into other levels of alertness; 13. Discuss signs of dysregulation in students; 14. Demonstrate awareness of methods to help regulate; 15. Discuss calming and alerting tools and strategies; 16. Demonstrate ability to alter sensory inputs in the classroom; 17. Demonstrate knowledge of methods that teach self-awareness and self-regulation; 18. Describe sensory rich environments and modifications; 19. Discuss and problem solve potential sensory disturbances and their effect on learning; 20. Demonstrate awareness of resources available relative to sensory processing and learning (grades PreK-12).

Speakers
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Leslie Paterson

Behavior Support Coordinator, Bellingham Public Schools


Tuesday June 28, 2016 11:00am - 12:30pm
Room 120

Attendees (21)