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Saturday March 11, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM PST
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    Chetcuti Room • Millbrae Public Library
                          450 Poplar Avenue
                         Millbrae, CA  94030

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Saturday March 11, 2017 • 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

Middle Schools and Type:

Assisting Every Child to Become All That He or She is Capable of Becoming!

 Presented By 

Len Tallevi (INFP preferences)

Members:  Free • Visitors:  $35
 NOTE:  Members may bring first-time guests at no charge


Please join us 9:00-9:30 a.m. for networking. 

2.5 MBTI® Master Practitioner and APA continuing education credits have been approved for this session.

FREE for current BAAPT members, $15 for others.

Len Tallevi will discuss his extensive experience working with students, guidance departments, admin teams, curriculum departments, and parents to better understand how children learn, and to help mentor students to improve their academic and social performance.

Join us to hear Len's approach to understanding your learning and teaching style, what works easily and what requires more energy. You will have tools/models for teachers and students from lesson planning to having dialogues with others to mentoring. Understand the model for using type in a school community.

 Participants will take away from this session:

  • Discover how to accomodate learning style differences in the classroom
  • Learn about Type research and student success
  • Discover strategies to increase the efficacy of parent, student, teacher, staff and administrator interactions
  • Learn about parents' reactions to Type in the schools

 This presentation is geared to all levels of Type learners.

Len Tallevi has been using Type since the 1980's in public and private middle schools in urban and suburban settings across the U.S., and recently introduced the Murphy Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children to students in Japan with Yuki Sonoda. For six years, Len was the Educational Consultant for APTi and coordinated APTi's international symposiums on education.

Len received the Gordon Lawrence Award for Outstanding Achievement and Contribution in the Areas of Education and Psychological Type. He has written articles for the Bulletin of Psychologic Type, including Awakening Your Student's Genius Through Type, Type and the Adviser-Advisee Connection, Elections and Type Education, The S-N Balance in Learning, and Maintaining Type in Schools.

Len has INFP preferences.

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