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Picking Apps for Your Classroom

Ask the Expert Educators’ Edition:
Make Learning Exciting—Apps for Executive Functioning

Featuring Stacy Driscoll, MEd, ATP
Tuesday, August 1, 3 p.m.

Are you looking for apps you can use into your classroom this coming school year? Teachers can use assistive technology, like apps on tablets, to help students affected by ADHD manage challenges associated executive functioning.

For your students affected by ADHD, tasks such as initiation and completion can be a daily struggle. Organizing their ideas and prioritizing their to-do list can be overwhelming. During this special Ask the Expert Educators’ Edition, you will learn about a variety of exciting apps to help with executive function tasks. Ms. Driscoll will look critically at what makes these apps stand out above the rest. You will leave this webinar with information to choose the apps that meet your student’s needs in your classroom.

This article appeared in ADHD Weekly on July 20, 2017.

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