Using Experiential Learning to Facilitate Skill Development and Independence in Neurodiverse Students

Luchara Wallace

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BCBA CEUs: 1 CEU

Students often flourish in experiential learning environments. Neurodiverse students tend to show even greater growth and strides when engaged in experiential learning. This presentation from the 2023 Michigan Autism Conference will focus on how professionals and families alike may incorporate the experiential learning cycle to analyze the learning process, experience, and learning outcomes of neurodiverse students. Additionally, this discussion will explore how student immersion in community-based experiential learning opportunities can lead to increased academic and transitional success.

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Students often flourish in experiential learning environments. Neurodiverse students tend to show even greater growth and strides when engaged in experiential learning. This presentation will focus on how professionals and families alike may incorporate the experiential learning cycle to analyze the learning process, experience, and learning outcomes of neurodiverse students. Additionally, this discussion will explore how student immersion in community-based experiential learning opportunities can lead to increased academic and transitional success.

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Dr. Luchara Wallace is the Interim Associate Dean for the College of Education and Human Development. In this appointment, some of her responsibilities include fostering scholarship and external funding, supporting faculty and staff development, the promotion of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, and serving as the liaison between CEHD and the Merze Tate College. Dr. Wallace is also the Director of the Lewis Walker Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnic Relations and an Associate Professor in Special Education where she leads research and advocacy on topics such as juvenile incarceration, generational wealth attainment, and policies impacting families and individuals with disabilities.

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Using Experiential Learning to Facilitate Skill Development and Independence in Neurodiverse Students
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