This workshop will help you make sense of:
Session 3 - Improving Communication
Session 4 - Encouraging Collaboration
Session 5 - Achieving Clarity & Consistency
Session 6 - Effective Consequences
Session 7 - Making Better Choices
This workshop will help you:
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Registration closes at 5:00 pm the Friday before the workshop.
Executive Functions are the cognitive skills needed for academic performance, social skills, and life skills. Commonly, these are the skills utilized to organize, plan, initiate, manage emotion, shift/maintain focus and use working memory. They govern the HOW you do what you DECIDE to do.
This presentation will briefly explain how Executive Function skills are developed and will include tips, tools, and strategies parents can use to promote optimal success in all aspects of life.
Getting started – it’s often the hardest part for some kids, especially when they are challenged with ADHD /Executive Function Issues.
Through understanding the process involved with task initiation, and addressing some potential obstacles, this workshop will provide tools for helping students begin their work and achieve greater success.
This webinar will help students, parents, and educators to know and to teach both the value and the process of setting in addition to monitoring and achieving their goals. Participants will gain specific strategies for engagement in meaningful conversations around goal setting, establish a process for choosing realistic goals, and setting the pathway for planning and monitoring the goals.