American Academy, a program within American Heritage Schools, will host “Learn How to Learn… for Children and Teens with Learning Differences,” a virtual event via Zoom on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m.
This event is part of American Academy’s monthly program, “Experts in Learning Differences” speaker series. Hosted by Alexandra Rollins, admissions director of the American Academy program, the expert speakers for the November event are Mira and Mark Halpert of 3D Learner.
Kids who learn differently often learn best when they see and experience information. Too often, educational testing focuses on what is wrong with the child and does not fully encompass their strengths. During this virtual event, Mira and Mark Halpert of 3D Learner will explain how to identify the child who learns differently, the importance of addressing his or her challenges, and the benefits of strength-based parenting and education. Viewers will also learn their strengths and challenges as caregivers, useful tips on parenting, and the value of collaboration with their child’s teachers and school.
The speaker series is streamed live virtually, and all previous episodes are available for viewing at any time. The purpose of the speaker series is to educate families about topics that relate to mild learning differences and are relevant today. All of the speakers are experts in the various disciplines of each topic. The American Academy’s goal is to provide families with a place to ask questions and strengthen their knowledge about how to ensure the success of their child.
For more information about the speaker series, visit www.ah-americanacademy.com/speaker-series. Limited spots are available for this free, online and live event. For more information about the American Academy Program, visit www.ah-americanacademy.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.