Aug. 9, 2022

Lise Huppler & Sarah Kingsley: Neurodiversity in Education

Lise Huppler & Sarah Kingsley: Neurodiversity in Education

Join Lise Huppler & Sarah Kingsley for a candid conversation about neurodiversity & education.


Sarah Kingsley began teaching at LCC in 2007. She taught in grade 1 and grade 4 before entering into the coordinator role of the Junior School LEAD department. She is also the coordinator of the English and social science programs in the Junior School. Sarah completed a master's degree in child studies in 2015 at Concordia University and has since pursued her certification as an Orton-Gillingham practitioner. She now provides intervention and curricular support in various grades throughout the Junior School.

Lise Huppler has been working in the LEAD department at LCC since 2008. She teaches study methods courses in the Middle and Senior Schools, and coordinates the LEAD program in the Middle, Senior and Pre-University Schools. Lise is also involved in several LEAD initiatives, including Grade 7 Brain Explained and Executive Functioning Morning, and exam prep courses. She completed a master's degree in child studies in 2015 at Concordia University, conducting a study on executive functioning measures and interventions in Middle School students with ADHD. 

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