How can you build self-advocacy skills in your students? Before we can expect students to self-advocate, they need to recognize and embrace their innate strengths, character attributes and areas of challenge. Once they can do this, then we can help them progress towards Self-Determination. We will examine this well researched theory and show how it serves as the foundation for students exercising self-advocacy at school. All educators should plan to attend this session presented by Chris Harris, MEd, Chief Schools Officer at CHC.
Sand Hill School is an independent day school with strengths-based learning for 1st−8th grade kids with dyslexia and other learning differences.The Silicon Valley school where learning differences are considered superpowers.