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Reaching and Teaching Neurodivergent Learners in STEM

Strategies for Embracing Uniquely Talented Problem Solvers

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"Imagine a world where the unique STEM-related talents of neurodivergent individuals are cultivated to grow a dynamic, innovative workforce. In her groundbreaking work, Jodi Asbell-Clarke presents an empowering roadmap for educators to embrace and nurture these talents, instead of perpetuating shame and pity".

—Professor Sara Seager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

"Neurodivergent Learners in STEM" is an empowering guide for educators to create inclusive learning environments, expertly navigating the intersection of STEM education and neurodiversity and providing practical strategies to unlock the potential of neurodivergent learners."

—Matthew Farber, author of Gaming SEL: Games as Transformational to Social and Emotional Learning

"Reaching and Teaching Neurodivergent Learners in STEM is an important book for all educators. It encourages us to look at all students as having huge potential. Don’t leave behind students who think differently. They may be the leaders of their generation."

—Nadine Bonda, PhD, former Superintendent

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
178
ISBN
9781032562469
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
23 x 15 cm

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"Imagine a world where the unique STEM-related talents of neurodivergent individuals are cultivated to grow a dynamic, innovative workforce. In her groundbreaking work, Jodi Asbell-Clarke presents an empowering roadmap for educators to embrace and nurture these talents, instead of perpetuating shame and pity".

—Professor Sara Seager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

"Neurodivergent Learners in STEM" is an empowering guide for educators to create inclusive learning environments, expertly navigating the intersection of STEM education and neurodiversity and providing practical strategies to unlock the potential of neurodivergent learners."

—Matthew Farber, author of Gaming SEL: Games as Transformational to Social and Emotional Learning

"Reaching and Teaching Neurodivergent Learners in STEM is an important book for all educators. It encourages us to look at all students as having huge potential. Don’t leave behind students who think differently. They may be the leaders of their generation."

—Nadine Bonda, PhD, former Superintendent

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