Integrating Thinking offers professional learning & training opportunities for educators, allied health & health care professionals, parents and community groups in on-line and face-to face modes.
On-line professional learning:
Body to Brain Learning® Professional Learning Series
Body to Brain Learning® is a series of professional learning opportunities for teachers and early childhood educators, health and allied health care providers, parents and community groups currently offered on-line.
- “The Body Tells the Learning Story…” is a 5 part series of 50 minute presentations considering learning and:
- The role of the Body, particularly the neuro-developmental processes that impact on learning success,
- The Balance and Co-ordination Story,
- The Vision Story,
- The Hearing Story,
- The Movement Story.
Mixed-mode professional learning:
Educators: Professional Learning connecting the Australian Curriculum to proven movement activities that help develop and consolidate foundations for learning.
- “The Body Learns First @ School” is a professional learning opportunity aligned to AITSL standards and is available in Queensland, NSW and Victoria in mixed-mode (on-line and face to face, with additional mentoring offered on-site). Contact us for more details.
Optometrists and Vision Therapists: Professional Learning for Vision Therapists outlining the role of Neuro-Motor Immaturity (NMI) in Vision Therapy. How to identify, screen for and work with clients who demonstrate neuro-motor and sensory immaturity.
- “Reflexes Learning & Vision Therapy” includes on-line and face-to-face delivery over 3 Modules with practical activities and theoretical background on the role of primitive reflexes in learning and behaviour associated with Vision Therapy work.
Parents and Care Givers: Presentations and information sessions for parent groups including P&C, or P&F groups; family daycare providers; community and professional bodies. Topics include:
- “Learning with the Body in Mind” Tips for parents and caregivers in the early years.
- Neuro-Motor Immaturity, Sensory Development and Learning.
Dr Christine Payard (PhD), Director of Integrating Thinking, is the licensed Principal and training provider of the INPP® Method in Australia. The Institute for Nero-Physiological Psychology (INPP), established by Dr Peter Blythe (PhD) and under the Directorship of Sally Goddard Blythe, has researched, developed, published and produced training materials on the importance of Neuro-Motor Immaturity for functional and learning support.
INPP Training programmes offered by Integrating Thinking include:
Submit the form below to receive information about these training opportunities in the future, or other community information sessions that we offer: