The pandemic was a doozy for all our students, but it was a double whammy for students who struggle with executive functioning. Not only did they miss out on a huge chunk of time for developing and practicing appropriate social skills, but they also missed out on opportunities for learning and practicing the soft skills that are essential for success yet are so easily taken for granted.
Dr. Andrea Ogonosky’s new webinar training Tools to Teach Executive Functioning focuses on defining and illuminating the executive functioning skills needed for success in school. Most importantly, she identifies the foundational skills that are first needed to acquire the more advanced executive functioning skills that create success in academics and behavior. This webinar training isn’t just an abstract sit-and-get. Dr. Ogonosky provides simple, concrete strategies to teach these skills and helpful how-tos for inclusion in lessons and classroom activities.
An online, on-demand training
Sign up for this 2 hour online training and watch at your convenience from your home or office.
This training is specifically designed for teachers.
Group discounts available so register your whole team!
Attendees are eligible for up to 5 hours of continuing education credits. Attendees are responsible for checking in online for the webinar and filling out an evaluation form in order to receive their Certificate of Attendance.
Dr. Andrea Ogonosky is a licensed psychologist, a licensed specialist in school psychology, and a nationally certified school psychologist who currently serves various roles in school districts across the United States. Her job duties include assessing students for IDEA disability conditions; conducting program reviews on Response to Intervention, Section 504, and Special Education; designing Response to Intervention systems of support for small, medium, and large school districts; providing professional development on a variety of educational and assessment topics; supplying expert testimony at local, state, and federal court; and supervising school psychology students at the master and doctoral level.