Research shows that poverty impacts the brains of students academically and behaviorally. As poverty has become more concentrated, the issues have compounded and become more complex. Teachers are struggling to meet the needs of low-income students who are high risk. This master class by Horacio
Sanchez, an expert in resiliency, provides educators with concrete ways to help those who are most vulnerable.
Introduction | Language Deficits | Gray Matter | Auditory Processing | The Social Aspect of Language | Impact of Reading | Focus Additional Tips for Focus | Memory | Additional Tips for Memory |
Emotional Control | Decisions
Horacio Sanchez is the President and CEO of Resiliency Inc., an agency leader in helping schools improve school climate, instruction and discipline. Horacio is recognized as one of the nation’s prominent experts on promoting student resiliency and applying brain science to improve school outcomes. He is a highly sought-after speaker and has keynoted many national conferences. Horacio has been a teacher, administrator, clinician, mental health director and consultant to the Department of Education in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and other states. He is the author of the best-selling book, The Education Revolution
published by Corwin Press, which applies brain science to improve instruction, behaviors and school climate.