Adolescent brain changes during puberty will be highlighted in this course. We will consider how these changes may affect behaviors and participation in life tasks. What we used to blame on hormones is now attributed to a pruning effect that helps the brain become more specialized. As educators, this information is crucial when planning interventions.
Course created on October 5, 2023
- After this course, participants will be able to differentiate between a developing teen brain and an elementary student’s brain.
- After this course, participants will be able to evaluate what parts of the brain activate and deactivate during adolescence.
- After this course, participants will be able to analyze and apply specific considerations for evaluation and treatment during adolescence.
|5-15 Minutes||Facts regarding current research|
|15-35 Minutes||More detailed research and findings in regard to relationships, learning, and socializing|
|35-55 Minutes||Connecting to adolescents, interventions, treatment|
|55-60 Minutes||Summary; Q&A|
Tere Bowen- Irish has practiced Occupational Therapy in pediatrics and psychiatry for over 40 years. Through her business, All the Possibilities, she continues to provide treatment, assessment, and consultation for clients. Workshops for therapists, educators, and parents are offered privately or publicly on a variety of topics such as inclusion, child development, classroom management, behavioral challenges, executive function, and other topics relevant to the 21st-century educational system. The focus is on common sense and a practical approach toward empowering educators and students to create a climate of learning, understanding, and inclusiveness for all abilities.
Tere is also the creator/author of The Drive Thru Menu Suite of Exercises, which is an initiative to bring movement and mindfulness into today’s classrooms. She is a certified YogaKids teacher and a Certified Mindful Schools Instructor. She is the author of Yoga and Me, Come be a Tree and co-authored My Mindful Music with Mary Ann Harman. Feel free to contact Tere at firstname.lastname@example.org
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