Neurodiversity and STEM Education

NGCP Site Search

Welcome Anonymous

Published

Neurodiversity refers to variation in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood and other mental functions. As a term, it can include a multitude of neuro-variations such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and mental health. Therefore, we work with and teach neurodiverse individuals everyday

The Neurodiversity in STEM Education webinar was hosted by NGCP on September 21, 2020. In this webinar recording, presenters discuss neurodiversity and best practices for engaging neurodiverse learners in STEM programming. 

 

Sara Sanders Gardner - woman with short, light brown hair, and glasses

Sara Sanders Gardner

Sara Sanders Gardner, a neurodiverse individual and program director of Bellevue College’s Neurodiversity Navigators program, provides a general framework and share insights and strategies.

Elinore (Ellie) Gaitan - woman with dark hair in front of a red tent

Elinore (Ellie) Gaitan

Elinore (Ellie) Gaitan, a current college student, shares her experiences growing up as a person with autism, her decision to study biochemistry, and strategies and tools that have helped her succeed.

© 2022 All rights reserved.
Website by Affinity Bridge