A workshop on Friday, Oct. 21, will help instructors get a better understanding of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and neurodiversity in the classroom.
The workshop is being offered by the Centre for Teaching and Learning in partnership with the ADHDe project. The project was created to destigmatize ADHD and neurodiversity on campus, provide students with resources and support, and promote a welcoming environment at the University of Windsor.
In addition to this workshop, the CTL’s Teaching and Learning Series is also offering workshops on using Leddy Library’s Leganto within Brightspace, rethinking how and why we assess learning, how to use classroom maps to foster student engagement, and more.
The ADHD workshop will run from 1 to 2:30 p.m. in the Medical Education Building’s room 3102. Register to attend, or view other Teaching & Learning Series workshops.