Neurodiversity in the Gen-ed Classroom: Building a Tier 1 for Everyone

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ADHD? Dyslexia? Executive Dysfunction? Try this. 

Actually doable gen-ed strategies for neurodivergence.

If you’re a general education teacher or an administrator on an MTSS team, join us for a session on simple, creative, and effective ways to engage, support, and instruct neurodivergent students in general education. What small shifts can you make, tomorrow? How can you adjust your approach long-term? 

Nicholas Provenzano, also known as the Nerdy Teacher, will share actually-doable strategies for busy educators, as well as considerations for MTSS teams. 

High tech, low tech, project based, universally designed…. he’s got you covered. And he’ll show you how, with examples, by talking about: 

  • Neurodiversity in learners, and the classroom environment
  • Tier 1 considerations for neurodiversity
  • Practical implementation, like examples and case studies. 

Bonus: These strategies help engage, support, and teach every other kind of learners too. 

Meet our speaker

Nicholas Provenzano

is the Makerspace Director at University Liggett School. He is also an author, international speaker, consultant, and Provenzano Family Jarts Champion. He shares his thoughts on current educational issues on He has been featured on CNN, Education Week, and other media outlets. He has been awarded the Technology Teacher of the Year by MACUL and ISTE. Nicholas is a Google Certified Innovator and Coach, Microsoft Minecraft Mentor, ASCD Emerging Leader, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, Adobe Creative Educator, Apple Certified Coach, a Sphero Hero, and a TEDEd Innovative Educator. His best-selling books,Your Starter Guide to Makerspaces,The Maker Mentality, andBeyond The Poster Boardare read by educators around the world. You can find him on social media at @TheNerdyTeacher.