Spectrum Academy’s Autism Conference
David Berg will present “Making Math Real for Processing Styles Across the Spectrum: Indications for the Highest Order of Specialized Prescriptive Interventions” at Spectrum Academy’s Autism Conference “Putting The Pieces Together” at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center on Thursday, November 11, 2010.
Autism conference hosted by Spectrum Academy
1355 West 3100 South, West Valley CityCome learn different techniques and tools to help you with your child or
students diagnosed with autism!
TO REGISTER: http://www.events.org/autismconference/cpage.aspx?e=30391
DAVID BERG’S 3 HOUR PRESENTATION: Making Math Real for Processing Styles Across the Spectrum: Indications for the Highest Order of Specialized Prescriptive Interventions
3 HOUR PRESENTATION DATE & TIME: Thursday, November 11, 2010 at 11am-12pm [break for lunch], concluding from 1pm-3pm. *Please note this is a full 3 hour presentation that will pick up after lunch where it left off and conclude at 3pm.
PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION: All students need and deserve a precise prescription of instructional content delivered in alignment with their respective processing styles. However, students with processing styles on the spectrum must receive the highest order of prescriptive specialization as processing diversity across the spectrum is infinitely varied. The focus of this presentation is on the elements comprising the successful educational intervention in mathematics which requires the educator fully understand the individual specifics of each student’s processing to deliver content in absolute consistent alignment with processing indications, connect all instruction to comprehension, continuously develop working memory and executive function, and establish rapport within a comprehensively safe educational environment.