Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Neurodivergent Students
The American Studies Center (ASC) within the Romanian-American University is pleased to announce a new lecture organized especially for professors.
We invite you to the online event entitled ”Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Neurodivergent Students”, held on 10th of November 2022, starting at 7 PM, by Dr. Susannah Rodriguez Drissi, on ZOOM platform.
In this presentation, Dr. Susannah Rodríguez Drissi (UCLA) will discuss the importance of neurodiversity, accessibility, and inclusion in the higher education classroom. Participants will hear about ways in which professors and teaching assistants can better support neurodiverse students. The presentation will be followed by a brief audience Q&A.
- Susannah Rodríguez Drissi, Ph.D. is Faculty in Writing Programs at UCLA, and Affiliate Scholar in UC-Cuba Program Initiative, University of California, Irvine.
- She is the award-winning author of ”Until We’re Fish” (2020), a Nautilus Book Award winner and winner of the International Latino Book Award Gold Medal for best historical fiction, an honor she shares with Gabriel García Márquez, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Isabel Allende.
- As a member of the Dramatist Guild, her award-winning plays have premiered at the pretigious Lee Strasberg Film & Theatre Institute, in Los Angeles, The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, and elsewhere.
- Dr. Rodríguez Drissi is also the author of ”The Latin Poet’s Guide to the Cosmos” (Floricanto Press, 2019) and ”Rey y Atenea” / ”Rey and Atenea”, a Bilingual Edition (Cassandra Press, 2019).
The participation to the event is free of charge. Before attending the online event, please register using the online form available here.
Please note that by attending this Zoom lecture, all the meeting participants and registrants are consenting to be recorded.