Mon, Nov 16|
Engaging kids with ADHD and Reading Disabilities
Are your kids sinking out of the screen faster than to “Titanic”, leaning over like “Tower of Pisa”? Sounds like it’s time for some strategies on how to engage kids online!
Time & Location
Nov 16, 2020, 7:00 PM – 7:45 PM EST
About the Event
Come join a light-hearted webinar, information-packed. See the teaching in action!
One of the greatest challenges facing teachers during these uncertain times is a student's ability to attend. Join this webinar to find out strategies to engage students and keep them focused.
Learn tips on:
- How to connect with a student online
- How to set up your virtual classroom
- How to have smooth transitions
- How to limit tech troubles and how to have a Plan B ready
- How to reel the student back in when he/she is frustrated
- How to build in movement breaks and games to keep the momentum of your lesson
About The Presenter:
Michelle Breitenbach has supported reading teachers and tutors through workshops focused on maintaining multi-sensory methods, .engaging with games, and motivating students with movement. She holds a dual Master's in Teaching Moderate Disabilities ( pre-k - 8) and Elementary Education (k-6) from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. Additionally, she is a certified Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner and has been teaching online for almost two years. Michelle takes her practical experience that she has learned online (courtesy of her students ) and combines it with what she learned as a special educator. She delivers an information-packed, light-hearted webinar that will provide you with a toolbox of strategies to implement tomorrow. Her goal is to continue to provide training to reading teachers, so kids with dyslexia will be able to have access to a qualified instructor regardless of location.
Engaging ADHD students online
One free spot in the Zoom Room!