Lajvardi: “What Am I Capable Of?”

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Fredi Lajvardi’s MIT-beating robotics teams have usually been comprised of students – often undocumented – who have grown up in poverty.  They have also included students with learning differences and mental/behavioral challenges.  He asks them to dream “what am I capable of?”

Watch Fredi Lajvardi describe how students who are “wired differently” can benefit from STEM-related activities.

Fredi Lajvardi will present a keynote session at the Wired Differently Conference Las Vegas – which includes the Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference, the School Discipline Conference and the Girl Bullying Conference.  Registrants can attend any Summit session on a space-available basis.

Now in its 3rd year, the Wired Differently Conference assembles this summer in Las Vegas, Atlanta and Niagara Falls. A wide array of critical insights and best practices will be shared for reaching and teaching students with emotional and behavioral conditions – individually, in groups and in inclusive settings.

DOWNLOAD THE CONFERENCE BROCHURE!

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Advance Registration $350
(til Apr. 30th)
Regular Registration $425

Register at http://wireddiff.com/register.html!

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