This Master Class is for the professional who wants to learn more strategies and techniques, have advanced treatment examples, and become more knowledgeable of the scope and sequence to implement executive function strategies. Immerse yourself in the entire 360 Thinking Executive function curriculum. Learn best practices to get students motivated, focused, organized and performing closer to their true potential. Understand where to start, what goals to set for your client, and have the opportunity to make and practice implementing a Toolbox of Strategies for teaching executive function skills. We will address at an advanced level how to teach students to channel their motivation and go from Intention to Action by creating and carrying out plans and to sustain forethought for task planning across hourly and extended time horizons. Learn systematic ways to develop a student’s situational intelligence and self-regulation. Understand the relationship between speed of processing and executive function and learn practical strategies to improve written expression, abstract thinking/problem solving and figurative language skills. Full of hands on experiential exercises and interactive case studies, you will take away practical strategies and reproducible handouts that are instantly usable upon your return to the clinic, classroom or home. Don’t miss out this course it will fill up fast!
Who should attend?
Special Education teachers, Speech and Language pathologists, OT’s, counselors, regular education teachers, administrators, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, TAG teachers, PT’s, principals, nurses, parents, and anyone who works with someone on the autism spectrum, ADHD, bi-polar, or other learning disabilities or has executive functioning deficits.
Master Class is for anyone familiar with Sarah Ward and has seen her present on executive functioning in the past or those that attend Foundations Course. Master Class is an advanced training on executive functioning. Please contact AEP Connections with questions.
This Webinar will replay as a recording on November 13th from 8 am to 3:30 pm Central Standard Time. This is not a recording that can be downloaded and replayed at your own pace. All registered attendees will receive a link to the recording on Saturday if you miss the regularly scheduled webinar time. Full attendance will be taken during the replay and will still qualify you for a certificate of attendance and other professional development opportunities listed. "Live" Q&A feature with speaker will not be available, however you will have the ability to use "chat" feature to interact with other participants. Use same registration.