JJ’s Squiggly Mind: An ADHD Children’s Story

Today I speak to Emmy Thamakaison, a rising Grade 12 student at International School Bangkok who wrote a bilingual children’s book about a child learning about his ADHD, what it means, how he can work with it, and what gifts it can bring him, because, yes, it can be a superpower.

SENIA-Beijing Conference November 6

Come to the SENIA-Beijing Conference on November 6, 2019 from…

RTI for International Schools Summit

Looking to deepen your collective understanding of the science…

Announcement!

Announcing the 2020 SENIA Conference theme! Beyond Inclusion:…

SENIA Attendee Vanessa Weber Shares Her Conference Reflections

This article is reposted from Vanessa's own blog. You…

The SENIA Connection - September 2018 Edition

What's happening with SENIA right now? Find out in the SENIA…

Executive Functioning and the Teenage Brain Course

Great news! One of SENIA's Board Members Lori Boll has successfully…