Presentation at Conference to Teachers

June was a busy month with preparation for various events including presenting at the conference for secondary school science teachers organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Institute of Physics.

As my back ground is that of a secondary school science teacher and I have much experience at identifying children with differing educational needs, I was asked to give a presentation introducing a number of different hidden disabilities and how they may present in the class room. Also going into why the child concerned may present as naughty to you as a teacher and yet not actually be so. Also I gave a brief amount of information about how you can avoid conflict with such children.

As I have made a very comprehensive power point on this I can share it with your organisation.

The presentation would take about 2 hours 30 minutes.

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