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Tue, 30 May



Nurturing The Seed of Genius — Theory and Methods

Stage 2 of the Davis Autism Approach Facilitator Training, Stream 3.

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Nurturing The Seed of Genius — Theory and Methods
Nurturing The Seed of Genius — Theory and Methods

Time & Location

30 May 2023, 19:00 BST – 02 Jun 2023, 21:00 BST


About the Event

Prerequisites for attending are: 1) you are currently a licensed Davis Dyslexia Facilitator; and 2) you recently attended a Davis Life Concepts for Autism Workshop.

Workshop Schedule:

Four 2-hour sessions: 30 May — 2 June 2023.

Daily timings: 7:00 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. (19:00 — 21:00), British Summer Time (UTC+1).

Workshop Presenter:

Richard Whitehead

Director, Davis Learning Foundation

Nurturing the Seed of Genius Workshop Presenter

Davis Learning Strategies Workshop Presenter

Davis Dyslexia Workshop Presenter and Davis Specialist

Davis Autism Approach Facilitator and Coach

Richard has been a Davis Programme Facilitator since 2002. Having been a classroom teacher for several  years, he originally discovered the Davis methods when looking for a  solution for the son of some friends.

His  extensive background in education includes time spent teaching in both  the adult and mainstream secondary educational sectors.

Richard  has a keen interest in holistic approaches to health and learning;  alongside his dyslexia work, he has run workshops on effective  parent/child communication based on the work of Adele Faber and Elaine  Mazlish.

In  recent years, Richard has lectured and presented on the Davis learning  methods in countries and cultures as diverse as the UK, Ireland,  Iceland, Estonia, Poland, Portugal, Italy (Sardinia), New Zealand and  the United States.

Richard's  original university education was as a linguist, and he speaks several  European languages. Alongside Richard's work with the Davis methods, he  is also a Patoss-accredited Specialist Teacher Assessor, specialising in  multilingual SpLD assessments for non-native speakers of English in the  UK.

Richard is author of the book Why Tyrannosaurus But Not If ?, together with an accompanying free fifteen-part e-mentoring course for teachers and parents of struggling learners, a six-week practical course for parents and a practical workshop for teachers.  He has written articles on neurodiverse learning styles for publications that include Literacy Today, Green Parent Magazine and Personnel Today magazine.


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