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Research and Strategies Supporting Children's Positive Peer Relationships

  • Tuesday, March 07, 2017
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Rogers Park Montessori Schoool, 1800 W. Balmoral, Chicago, IL 60640

This event is free. If you plan to attend, please email us at pldsechicago@gmail.com so that we can plan appropriately.

Professionals in Learning Disabilities and Special Education

presents

Research and Strategies Supporting Children's Positive Peer Relationships

presented by 

Clark McKown, Ph.D.

Lori Tall, Ph.D.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

7:00 PM

Rogers Park Montessori School 

1800 W. Balmoral

Chicago, IL  60640

This presentation will include an overview of the importance of understanding children's social-emotional competencies to be successful in peer relationships, academics, and beyond. In particular, it will highlight some of the novel assessments that the RNBC research team has developed for measuring social emotional competencies, how these may be incorporated into school settings for measuring outcomes, and current studies utilizing these tools to understand mechanisms behind social-emotional functioning.

From a clinical perspective, we will discuss supported intervention and strategies to build children's social-emotional success and positive peer relationships.  We will also present information on when to pursue additional professional support, some tips on what practitioners can do to support children, and what resources are available at RNBC. 

Dr. McKown is the Executive Director of the Rush Neurobehavioral Center, a licensed clinical psychologist, and Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center.  His clinical specialties include psychological assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with social, emotional, and learning challenges, including ADHD, learning disabilities, and autism-spectrum, anxiety, mood, and disruptive behavior disorders.  Reflecting a passion for fostering children's positive social connections, his research focuses on factors that influence social status among elementary-aged children.

Dr. Tall is the Clinic Director at Rush NeuroBehavioral Center, a licensed clinical neuropsychologist, and Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center.  Her practice focuses on the evaluation and treatment of children with a broad range of complex emotional, social and cognitive needs using neuropsychological testing and therapy.  She also works closely with parents and schools as an advocate for the child.

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DISCLAIMER:Professionals in Learning Disabilities and Special Education is a not-for-profit organization offering continuing education programs to inform members of current instructional practices, assessment, and policy issues in the field of learning disabilities.  PLD/SE also offers a referral service to the community, providing qualified professionals for diagnostics and remediation.  PLD/SE provides programs as a service to its members.  PLD/SE does not endorse any specific program, speaker, instructional materials, method, treatment, or evaluation center for children with disabilities.  

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Professionals in Learning Disabilities and Special Education is a not-for-profit organization offering continuing education programs to inform members of current instructional practices, assessment, and policy issues in the field of learning disabilities.  PLD/SE also offers a referral service to the community, providing qualified professionals for diagnostics and remediation.  PLD/SE provides programs as a service to its members.  PLD/SE does not endorse any specific program, speaker, instructional materials, method, treatment, or evaluation center for children with disabilities.  

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