IEP LEARNING CENTER
LAUNCHING OCTOBER 1st, 2022
Beginning Fall 2022, the IEP Learning Center will become a licensed Arrowsmith provider and will offer programs that benefit a range of learning abilities. Learning diagnoses like dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, central auditory processing issues, executive function, non-verbal learning, visual-spatial challenges, communication, and attentional difficulties have all been addressed through the Arrowsmith programs.
Advocating for children to have an equal opportunity to access their education is the cornerstone of Inclusive Education Project. Now, the Inclusive Education Project Learning Center will ensure that all children have an opportunity to properly develop their cognitive functioning.
Research has shown that early intervention is imperative to mitigate factors that place children at a higher risk of impaired cognitive functioning in areas of academic achievement, behavior, and self-regulatory capacities. With the Inclusive Education Project Learning Center, the hope is to provide programming to help decrease the number of services children may have otherwise needed through an Individualized Education Program.
As a student of the Inclusive Education Project Learning Center, your child will have access to methodology that uses neuroplasticity to target and strengthen specific cognitive functions that underlie essential academic, social, vocational, interpersonal skills. The result: individuals learn more effectively, efficiently, and independently. Many students initially requiring learning support no longer rely on accommodation or modifications to supplement their learning. They learn with greater ease and joy.
Since 1997, numerous studies have examined the impact of Arrowsmith. Research continues throughout the world, and Arrowsmith is proud to continually contribute to science and education’s understanding of the brain and its ability to change. To date, results have demonstrated that Arrowsmith participation leads to changes in:
Brain activation and connectivity
Rate of learning in the acquisition of academic skills
Activities of daily living
Growth mindset (seeing one as an agent of change in one’s life)
We are currently accepting enrollment for U.S. based students ages 6 - 21. Our learning format is 100% virtual and can be completed from any U.S. time zone. Programming will range from flexible scheduling of an overage 4 hours per week for 10 weeks to intensive all day programs which can be completed in shorter time frames depending on the student and their circumstances.
You and your child will have access to our incredible team of teachers and advisors. Learn more about your child's team below.
For questions or more information, please email email@example.com.
October 3 - December 16 2022
2 days per week, 2 hours per session
January 23 - March 31 2023
2 days per week, 2 hours per session
June 12 - July 2 2023
4 days per week, 2 hours per session
Meet The Team
Vickie Brett was born and raised in Southern California and through the Inclusive Education Project she focuses on advocating and educating families about their legal rights. Vickie is committed to strengthening her clients who come to her disheartened and beaten down by the current education system. Because Vickie is bilingual, she represents and empowers many monolingual Spanish-speaking families. She is a dedicated pro bono attorney for the Superior Court of Los Angeles’s Juvenile and Dependency 317(e) Panel and in the past was a supervising attorney for the UCI Law School's Special Education Law Project.
Amanda Selogie received a bachelor’s degree in Child and Adolescent Development
from CSU, Northridge and a Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School where she served as a Fellow in the prestigious Center for Children's Rights Fellowship Program and served in the school's pro-bono Special Education Legal Clinic.
Amanda immersed herself in the world of civil rights and educational advocacy through the Inclusive Education project, supporting inclusion in early education through her appointment to the Orange County Child Care and Development Planning Council and their Inclusion Collaborative Committee, previous work serving as a supervising attorney for UCI Law School’s Education Rights Pro-bono project and coaching of AYSO’s VIP (Very Important Player) program coaching players living with disabilities and creating an inclusive soccer program.
Experienced Professional Development Coach and published author with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. Skilled in Customer Service, Special Education, Staff Development, Educational Leadership, and Teaching. Strong communication and writing skills.
Tia was the Executive Center Director at Lindamood Bell for 14 years and now runs Tia Monee Educational Services where she offers reading, writing, and educational tutoring.
Dr. Emi Koga,
Dr. Koga is an experienced Director Of Student Support Services with a demonstrated history of working in both the Brick and Mortar and the e-learning industry. She is skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Crisis Intervention, Family Therapy, Program Evaluation, and Case Management. She has a Ed.D focused in Leadership in Education from USC.
Emi currently is the Executive Director for Anchor Counseling and Education and is a global speaker on special education, mental health and inclusion.