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Ask the Expert Educator Edition

CHADD’s National Resource Center on ADHD works with education experts to host webcasts focused on providing information to education professionals working with children and youth who have ADHD. These webcasts are free and anyone can participate. Participants can submit questions to be answered by the expert during the webcast. You can register for upcoming Ask the Expert Webcasts and view recordings of previous ones.

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Make Learning Exciting: Apps for Executive Functioning Make Learning Exciting: Apps for Executive Functioning
Stacy Driscoll, M.Ed, ATP
Teachers can use assistive Technology, like apps, to help students manage challenges associated with ADHD and executive functioning. You will learn about a variety of exciting apps to assist with executive functioning tasks. You will leave this webinar ready to use apps of your choice to best meet the needs of students in your classroom.

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Project-Based Learning and ADHD Project-Based Learning and ADHD
Susan Kologi, PhD
Join us as we discuss project-based learning (PBL). PBL is an alternative to lectures and allows students to be active in their learning. It often involves students being curious and creative in completing a project and can require higher energy levels. Discuss the characteristics and process for implementing PBL in your classroom and how to support students with ADHD in this different learning environment.

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Teaching Grit, Perseverance and Frustration Tolerance To Students with ADHD Teaching Grit, Perseverance and Frustration Tolerance To Students with ADHD
Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M, ACAC
In this webinar, you will learn strategies to build on students’ strengths, praise with impact and teach self-motivation. Teaching these and other social emotional learning tools will allow you to help students develop their ability to sustain their focus, manage their frustration, and persevere to achieve their goals.

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Creating the Best Learning Environment for Students with ADHD Creating the Best Learning Environment for Students with ADHD
Sydney Zentall, PhD
Students with ADHD struggle with inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity. By creating adjustment to your classroom, you can help students with these behaviors. Learn strategies and suggestions for tailoring the ideas to students in different grade levels.

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Building partnerships with parents and caregivers Building partnerships with parents and caregivers
Lee Kern, PhD
Developing partnerships with the parents and caregivers of students is important in order for learning to continue outside of the classroom. Good communication with parents and caregivers can build support and strengthen the work that you are doing in the classroom to help with challenging behaviors and school readiness.

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Tailoring learning settings to engage young children with ADHD Tailoring learning settings to engage young children with ADHD
Mary Wonderlick, MA
Preschool classrooms help children gain a foundation in the knowledge and skills needs for later school success. The daily schedule, room setup, teacher instruction, and classroom activities all play a role in a good learning environment. While many similarities exist across all preschool classrooms, there are specific strategies to create optimal learning environments for young children exhibiting challenging behaviors.

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