Understanding neurodiversity and twice-exceptionality in the classroom and how to approach students in a strength-based manner that will support your entire classroom.
All Grades K-12
Rachel is Principal and Special Needs Coordinator at E2 Academy for Twice-Exceptional Learners in Edmonton, Alberta. She has a Masters in Special Education (Autism-Children) as well as extensive additional professional qualifications from Low Arousal Approaches to Triple P parenting.
MandiBA MST is the Neurodiversity Consultant for E.P.I.C. Consulting Collaborative in Alberta/BC and the Special Needs Coordinator for E2 Academy in Edmonton, Alberta. Her wide variety of experience as a trainer for the Low Arousal Approach along with advanced training in Collaborative Proactive Solution and Natural Play Therapy in addition to providing wrap-around support and advocacy services for families and school leadership afford her an interesting and effective approach to supporting a trauma-informed and low arousal classroom.