Join us as we explore the wonderful world of STEM / STEAM … Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics with a focus on learners of all ability levels. We love sharing STEAM knowledge and experience with children of all ages and abilities … including children with exceptionalities, learning problems, and special needs as well as talented and gifted learners.
Explore the evidence-based strategies that help children with learning problems be able to engage meaningfully in heavy curriculum such as engineering, math, and science.
Discover ways to help children of diverse ability levels to work together in ways that promote the broad learning, growth, and development of all students.
Plus, nail down brain-based strategies that help boost memorization, understanding, recall, and generalization of knowledge of students who struggle academically. Evidence-based strategies can boost the learning capacity of students, making them better learners for a lifetime.
Dr. Darleen Claire presented at the Georgia Tech CEISMC conference with Ms. Cheryl Safford, Founder and Director of Kinder Kollege of College Park, Georgia. They discussed the wonderful special needs services available at Kinder Kollege, and highlighted some of the exciting science experiments the children enjoyed as part of the program.
Exceptional Student Education and Special Education now embraces an open curriculum including Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics for all. Find out how to bring this exciting new approach to STEAM-for-ALL to YOUR school, community, district, or home-school.
Look for the book … coming soon on Amazon. And contact Dr. Darleen Claire and Ms. Cheryl Safford if you would like them to present at your school or organization.
Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski offers counseling, mental health, and educational intervention and advocacy services around the Metro Atlanta area including in College Park, Alpharetta, Marietta, Cumberland area near Galleria Mall, and in Hiram.