Lane ESD
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Regulate, Relate, Reason

Monday, August 21, 2023

8:30 AM to 3:30 PM


This session offers an exploration of Dr. Bruce Perry's Neurosequential Model of Education and explores its implications for our systems, structures and practices.


CPDU: Hours - 6

This event is full. Now accepting wait list registrations.


This event is full. Now accepting wait list registrations.


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Registration open through 8/7/2023 8:45 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)


Total seats remaining: 0



Daniel Gallo and Angela Healow Lane ESD Social Emotional Learning Specialists


All Members of the School Community


Participants will:

  • Learn strategies and tools for regulation
  • Learn the basic concepts of neurosequential development and how to apply this knowledge to the teaching and learning process
  • Understand how to better support dysregulated students and adults
  • Apply that knowledge to work with students within and outside the classroom, particularly those students with adverse childhood experiences
  • Take away research based structures, resources and tools to support healthy brain development and SEL skill acquisition for students and adults


This professional development session is a central part of our work in SEL at Lane ESD. In a highly-interactive format, we engage participants in a learning community centered around some emerging understandings in neuroscience and explore what we can do to realign our school systems, structures, and practices to offer greater 'neurological equity' to all members of the learning community.


Lane ESD Main Campus

1200 Hwy 99 North
Eugene, OR 97402


Point of Contact

If you have questions about this event, email Angela Healow, Social Emotional Learning Specialist, at

If you have questions about this event, email Daniel Gallo, Social Emotional Learning Specialist, at

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Lane ESD provides services to the public schools in Lane County, Oregon, focusing on services for students with special needs, school improvement, technology support, and administrative services. We also oversee a number of federal and state grants. Find out more.