Lori Boll is an experienced Special Education leader with a personal connection to individuals with disabilities.
In 2003, Lori’s son Braden was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. This milestone event changed her focus from teaching elementary students to advocating for all children and all learners.
In Shanghai, China Lori worked as a program director for a school focused on students with special needs and went on to co-found another school, SHINE Academy also, for students with special needs.
Lori has two graduate degrees; one in Reading Education and the other in Special Education and has been teaching for over twenty years in international schools around the world and in the United States.
Course No. ED465i, ED565i
Teenagers are both incredibly delightful and occasionally frustrating. While that is not news, why teenagers behave the way they do is news to many of us. Recent research has created a significant body of literature that explains the developmental phases of teens. Based on teen brain research, this course will help you to navigate the labyrinth of emotions, developmental differences and entertainment we often call the teenage brain. For teachers of grades 7-12.