Online Course for Educators: Academic Strategies and EF Supports for Students with LD, ADHD, and ASD
Apply by Nov. 19 for the next course in our Online Professional Certificate in Executive Function and LD:
"Academic Strategies and Executive Function Supports for Students with LD, ADHD, and ASD"
This course presents evidence-based, classroom-tested strategies, many developed at Landmark College, that help non-traditional learners thrive in academic settings. The first module reviews critical factors to consider when designing effective instruction: processing speed, working memory, executive skills, within the framework of Cognitive Load Theory. The second module describes the features of an EF-Friendly Classroom. Each subsequent module presents a process or strategic approach that addresses difficulties in the following areas: academic reading, academic writing, note-taking, studying and test preparation, and math. The course considers no, low and high-technology approaches that belong in every educator’s instructional toolkit.
Course runs: Dec. 2, 2017 - Feb. 4, 2018
Instructor: Linda Hecker, M.Ed.
Learn more and apply here