Have chaotic projects?
Late to class?
As education providers we can easily recognise those children who have weak executive functions; disorganised projects, incomplete homework, last-minute cramming for a big test and late for classes. But strategies for strengthening these vital skills are less obvious. Why? Because first, you must understand how ADHD and other neurodiverse conditions affect executive functions at school and at home.
The good news is that there is lots that you, as education specialists, can do. There are proven, research based executive function strategies which you can implement within the education setting to help sharpen executive functions.
In this Classroom Basics Masterclass, Victoria Bagnall, Co-Founder of Connections in Mind, will help you identify the steps you need to make to learn more about executive functions and how EF challenges affect neurodiverse children at school. You will learn to identify executive function strengths and weaknesses, implement strategies which address those weaknesses and set up EF-friendly classrooms.
Price: £20 + VAT
Monday 26th April 4- 5:30pm (BST)
The masterclass will be led by Victoria Bagnall, CiM’s Co-Founder and will come with a CPD Certificate.
What will you learn?
Listen and learn from Victoria about how to:
- Executive functions, what they are and how they impact neurodiverse children
- The importance of teaching executive function language to neurodiverse children
- How to assist students in identifying their individual executive function strengths and weaknesses
- How to teach students to strategies to support and improve executive functions for success at school
- How to design an executive-function friendly classroom