Start Date :
End Date :
New teaching skills for the educational therapist
Understand learning differences and have a greater impact in the classroom. This free evening event provides a short overview of the Education Therapy courses and certificate program for new and returning students. This is where you learn strategies to teach people of all ages with learning differences, work with their families and understand related state and federal laws. Coursework meets Association of Educational Therapists’ requirements and culminates in an internship. Students who have established candidacy for the full certificate are encouraged to apply for an AET associate level membership. Sharmila Roy, Educational Therapy chair and instructor, and staff will be available to answer individual questions and recommend course sequences. You'll also have the opportunity to network with fellow students and discuss career options for educators in various fields.
Presenter: Sharmila Roy
SHARMILA ROY, Ph.D., has over 27 years of experience in education; primarily in teaching, teacher training, program development, educational therapy, classroom interventions, and curriculum development for special education. Dr. Roy is the co-founder and director of MyndFlex, a nonprofit after-school program. At MyndFlex, Dr. Roy supervises therapists and interns who specialize in the areas of cognition, attention, learning, study skills and organization, and socioemotional skills. She has extensive experience working one-on-one with exceptional students, facilitating in-service seminars for teachers.
Additional Info :
Have more questions about individual Educational Therapy courses? Connect with our Outreach Team, (408) 861-3860 or ExtensionProgram@ucsc.edu
No fee to attend, but please sign up so we know you're coming.