Date: Monday, April 23
Time: 7:00 p.m. EST and 7:00 p.m. PST
Cost: $30 per family
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Part 1 of this two-part series laid the foundation for understanding the learning brain, ADHD and learning differences. In Part 2, we will:
- Give a broad overview of brain development, executive functioning and learning, as well as a broad view of foundational ideas such as going visual, front loading and scaffolding, going active, and going manual.
- Drill down on what “externalization” looks like in different contexts: classroom, home, studying, task completion and skill acquisition.
- Provide specific examples of student work and discuss specific strategies for going visual, front loading and scaffolding, going active, and going manual.
This webinar is designed for parents and students! The information is geared toward upper grades (5th-12th grade). Material is also appropriate for students transitioning into college or in the first year or post secondary education.
Missed Part 1? Sign up for the webinar and you will get access to the recording of part 1 for 30 days.
Can't join us for the live webinar? If you sign up, we will give you access to a recorded version, as well as any handouts/resources we discussed during the session.
THE LIVE WEBINAR IS NOW OVER, BUT YOU CAN STILL "SIGN UP" TO VIEW THE RECORDED VERSION.
Please note: we're still compiling the materials from the live webinar. If you pay to view the recorded version, we'll send you the link some time this weekend (4/28 or 4/29)