Overview

Classroom Strategies for Executive Functioning
PDT-TCHGN-79-001

Classroom Strategies for Executive Functioning

Learn what the latest research says about ADHD and Executive Functioning in children to better understand the impacts in the classroom such as working memory, cognitive flexibility, and self regulation/inhibition.

You will walk away with practical, evidence based strategies to improve these areas and specifically improve attending, organizing/planning, task initiation, managing emotions, and self-monitoring. Since many other students often struggle with various executive functioning due to trauma, anxiety, or disabilities, these strategies can be applied for a variety of populations.

Instructor Bios

PDT-TCHGN-79-001

Classroom Strategies for Executive Functioning

  • Sarah Sherman

    Sarah Sherman

    Sarah Sherman has been teaching students with emotional and behavioral challenges for 19 years in school districts around the country from California to New Mexico to New Hampshire in grades K-8. She taught in inner city schools with many students affected by childhood trauma and their families including abuse, addiction, incarceration and gang activity. She has a Masters in Special Education, is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher, earned a Post Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, and is currently enrolled in the Trauma Informed Practices and Policies graduate program. Sarah is also a certified Yoga Instructor who has been teaching a Trauma Sensitive Yoga class through Haven called Empower for 5 years and has led workshops for yoga teachers on the Seacoast on trauma sensitive practices.

09:00am - 03:30pm
Live Online
Sarah Sherman
169.00 Workshop Fee
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