Michelle Poulson, M.Ed.
Thursday, June 28, 6:00p-8:00p
“Strategies that Promote More Meaningful Inclusion for Diverse Learners”
It is important to celebrate learning differences and encourage society to adapt to being more inclusive of individuals with learning differences. There are ways to help individuals with language learning disabilities to navigate the world more easily. The use of neuroeducation methods and visual thinking strategies to expand opportunities for individuals with diverse learning needs have shown great promise. This course will explore strategies that parents, educators, and adults can use across environments to increase learning opportunities to promote more meaningful inclusion and long lasting brain growth.
Michelle Poulson is a Learning, Language, and Behavior Consultant at the APRICOT Learning Language & Behavior Clinic in Tigard, Oregon. Prior to coming to the clinic, Ms. Poulson served as a special education consultant, teacher and advocate for parents of children and young adults with a broad spectrum of disabilities. As a parent of a son with Autism, Michelle has focused her full attention personally, professionally, and academically on special education and learning differences; and their real world consequences over the past 20 years. Academically, she has undergraduate degrees in mathematics and statistics, a Master’s degree in special education, and has earned Post Master’s certificates in Autism, Asperger Syndrome, and Neuroeducation as well as advanced coursework in behavior management. She is currently a doctoral candidate at University of Portland with a concentration in Neuroeducation. Professionally, Michelle is a licensed K-21 special education teacher who helped found and establish the “Pathways” and “Access” programs at Lake Oswego High School for students who have mild to severe disabilities.
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