02 Oct Remote Instruction Tips for Students with ADHD
Remote Instruction and Students with ADHD: Tips for Learning and Accessing Services through the DOE
For millions of students and parents, navigating remote learning is the biggest challenge they are facing this school year. And for students diagnosed with ADHD, remote instruction is an even tougher wall to climb.
Join our FREE live conversation on October 16, 2020, noon, EST, with developmental neuropsychologist Claire Golden, Ph.D., special education advocate and consultant Miriam A. Nunberg, Esq., and licensed speech-language pathologist, learning specialist, and CEO of Brooklyn Letters and Themba Tutors Craig Selinger, as they discuss with parents the opportunities and strategies needed by children with ADHD to succeed in remote learning.
Learn more about ADHD, get online learning tips, and find out how to access special services for students diagnosed with ADHD. Click the image below to sign up!
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Jacqueline BurosPosted at 10:46h, 08 October
Hi, I am trying to register but the “click here” button only links to the graphic (the png for the announcement). How should I register?
thanks very much.
Themba TutorsPosted at 12:24h, 08 October
Hello, Jacqueline! Sorry about that; the link has now been updated. Please click the image, and it will direct you to the page where you can sign up! Thank you!