Dr Carmen Rasmussen shares information about about four different studies: a study where children were taught a simple rehearsal strategy to improve recall; a study that measured the effects of facilitating the ALERT Program in a group therapy setting; a study that demonstrated the difficulty our kids may have with learning from prior experiences; and a study that measured the difficulty some of our children have in identifying where their memories originated.
Registration for POPFASD Online Training opens Apr 15th, 2015 at 3:30PM PST. All BC Educators are welcome to register for this free training delivered by POPFASD. Click for more information.
To improve the educational success of learners with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum (FASD), we have to understand FASD. This eLearning module shares current research and explains the common language of FASD in order to help you develop a better understanding of how this condition may affect learning.
Welcome to POPFASD, the Provincial Outreach Program for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
POPFASD is a British Columbia Ministry of Education provincial resource program whose mandate is to increase educators' capacity to meet the learning needs of students with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).