Connection matters is our training and program development arm, which combines our project development with training for the specific community. Connection matters enables the COG Matters team to provide tailored training and professional development, in order to effectively execute the vision and strategy of an inclusive community project.
Developing an online community for increased inclusive knowledge and understanding about neurodiversity. This project partners with our colleagues in the Caribbean
Professional Development training in conjunction with our partner Kids Included Together based in San Diego. The training is focussed on inclusion knowledge and skill development for teachers in the United States.
Our team has currently been located at Cedar International School in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. The purpose was to develop a centre now named ‘The solution studio’. The project entailed training all staff to practise differentiated learning for inclusion and special needs support.
A volunteer training program has invited COG Matters to develop a long term learning development platform for special educators to volunteer in remote countries.