Reduce the daily stress of homework for you AND your child!
Help your Child or Teen THRIVE in School!
The time children spend on homework should be efficient and productive – but rarely are students taught how to manage the homework process! Executive Function skills impact your child’s motivation, retention, and self-confidence. Learn tools & strategies for managing ADHD & Executive Function Challenges that REALLY WORK.
During this two-hour live-interactive webinar, you will learn tools and strategies that can make a difference in how you, and your child, approach homework time:
- Help your child make the best use of the time they spend doing work
- Learn effective organizational techniques for students
- Confront issues involving motivation, independence, and work ethic
- Explore how to collaborate with your child’s school effectively
- Support your child without enabling them
- Learn tips, tricks, and ADHD strategies for parents that will make the lives of all your family members better
- Help Your Child Make the Best of their educational opportunities and stop the daily battles!
You will receive handouts, including templates for effective homework management.
- Time Management
- Working Independently
- Productivity & Success
- Preparing for a Quiz/Test
- Taking Breaks
- Planning Ahead
- Work Ethic
- Self-Confidence, Motivation & Retention
- Homework Battles & Stress
- Enabling vs. Supporting
- Effective home-school collaboration
Date: Mon. Sept 19th
Can’t Make the Live Webinar? Click here for our eCourse
Typical rewards and punishments (which most parents find don’t work anyway) don’t get to the core issues that are causing the challenges.
The result? Transferable skills are not learned, and systemic change is not accomplished.
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