As we as a nation consider reopening hundreds of schools that have been online there will be some considerable challenges for educators. As a way to provide guidance, support and help to those schools Lakeside will host a free national symposium for schools with the perspective of being brain-based and trauma-informed in how we understand and meet the needs of students who have been isolated for months. Here is the announcement about this symposium.
The end of every school year is always a time of mixed emotions. This year we have the added exhaustion of wrapping up a school year full of unprecedented changes and the overall unease concerning all that is happening in our country. We hope that summer brings you hope for refreshment, rest, and renewal as well as time to begin to prepare for the changes ahead.
With this in mind, many questions have been coming our way about how to go about transitioning back to school in the fall. In response, we have decided to host our first and completely free NeuroLogic® Symposium, Education after COVID19: A trauma-informed approach, on July 29th.
This symposium will focus on recognizing the potential neuro-developmental impact of these past several months on our students. We will provide practical tools and strategies that can support all learners as they return to school and adjust to changes. Please invite your friends, co-workers, and family members. We would love to see you there.
To learn more and to register, visit lakesidelink.com/neurologicsymposium.
We hope this symposium will equip our schools to be aware and informed about the needs of their students as they return. It is one of our efforts to help schools deal with the impact of COVID-19 in the lives of their students.