Interested in learning more about ADHD and other brain differences? Come hear the latest research on Hallowell Todaro’s multi-disciplinary approach that incorporates current knowledge about the brain, learning, human behavior and emotion.
· When: March 20, 2019, 9:30AM to 11:00AM (1hr presentation plus 30 minute Q&A to follow)
· Where: Bush Community Room
· Who: Megan Reinmann from Hallowell Todaro
Megan's bio: Megan received her undergraduate degree from Western Washington University with a dual certification in General Education K-8 and Special Education K-12. She earned her Master's degree in 2002 in the area of Special Education K-12 Mild to Moderate at Cal State Hayward. She also earned her National Board Certification in 2008 in the area of Special Education Mild to Moderate Learning Disabilities. Mēgan has over 22 years of experience in education and working with students, parents, educators and related educational agencies. Her classroom teaching experiences includes: Resource Room Teacher and Inclusion Specialist at the elementary school level, Middle School Language Arts and Socials Studies teacher (in the general education classroom), Study Skills Resource Room teacher at the middle school-level, High School self-contained classroom teacher for students with mild to moderate learning disabilities and behavior problems, 2nd grade teacher in the general education setting, and finally, she went on to teach at International School in Bellevue School District 6-12th grade level as a Study Skills Teacher.
Currently, at Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center, Mēgan has spent time working as an academic coach and tutor, and an educational consultant to both teachers and parents. In addition to this, she is the Professional Development Services Program Lead, and specializes in putting together trainings and educational seminars related to ADHD, Learning Differences and the developing brain at the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center. Mēgan’s passion is to work with students with ADHD and other learning differences, and to help educators and parents find strength-based interventions to meet individual learning difference needs in the classroom and at home.