David Flink: How Trying Smarter Could Help Students Who Give 150%

“There is no one on this planet that isn’t born set up as a learner.” When students say “I can’t do this,” Plenary speaker David Flink encourages educators to ask “how can you do it?”

Founder of Eye to Eye, leader of the Learning Rights Movement, and author of Thinking Differently, David Flink will present a plenary session entitled SEEN, HEARD, and VALUED: Creating a Safe, Supportive, and Inclusive Environment for Neurodiverse Students at the Wired Differently/Trauma-Informed Schools Conference in Orlando in March. He will also present a keynote session entitled Rebuild a Stronger Classroom Experience for Neurodivergent Youth.

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