FASD Through a Variety of Lenses

As a new teacher consultant with POPFASD (a program designed to teach other educators in British Columbia about FASD) I wanted to learn more about this disorder through the eyes, experiences and knowledge from others in the field. This first series includes interviews with a motivational speaker with FASD, a nueroscientist, a caregiver, a key-worker, and educators, finishing off with a roundtable discussion about POPFASD and its history. The interviews with these individuals are centered around how we as educators can best support students with FASD in our classrooms.