Individual Differences in Learning Association, Inc.

Linden-Linthicum United Methodist Church
12101 Linden Linthicum Lane
Clarksville, MD 21029

IDL, Individual Differences in Learning Association Inc., is a parent-led, non-profit organization, promoting awareness, understanding and change in the approach to educating and supporting students. Our purpose is to provide information, training and support for teachers, students, parents and others concerned with the education, health and social and emotional well being of different learners.

We support families and educate parents through:

Monthly meetings, second Monday of the month, doors open @ 7 p.m., presentation from 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m.
Guest speakers
Gifted/LD/ADHD Online support group
Telephone message line
IDL Website
Book Discussions
Partnerships with related organizations

TIME: Monthly meetings, second Monday of the month. Doors open 6:45pm; pre-meeting presentation at 7–main presentation from
7:30pm – 9:00pm

Katharina Boser, Ph.D., President of Individual Differences in Learning, Inc.
Katharina Boser, Ph.D. has a doctorate in developmental psychology and cognitive science from Cornell University. She has a
research background studying language processing in early development and language impairments in both adults and children. She
has published articles on on the use of computerized language systems in the rehabilitation of both adults with aphasia
and children with autism. She is a scientific advisor for both AutismSpeaks (autismspeaks.org/science/research/initiatives/ita_initiative.php) and Anthrotronix, (atinc.com) a robotics company in Silver Spring, Maryland where she focuses on research of learning technologies for people with autism. She is on the advocacy task force for Universal Design for Learning in Maryland www.udl4maryland.org and was part of a team of educators who wrote a new teacher education curriculum for University of Maryland University College’s Master’s in Teaching program that has a large focus on disability, diversity, global learning and technology integration. She has in the past few years been an active participant and lecturer at conferences, and workshops in Maryland and nationally that focus on teacher and parent education, the neuroscience of learning and how we can use avariety of ‘tools’ to increase success and independence for students with a range of learning differences and ‘exceptionalities’.

Please join us! RSVP to
info@gifteddifferentlearners.org

http://www.gifteddifferentlearners.org

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