Teach Your Child How to Set Goals and Manage TimeCHADD Webinar
Original Air Date June 9, 2021 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT
Ann Dolin, MEd
Learn seven interactive, fun ways to teach your child how to set goals and manage time this summer. Students want a break. Students need a break. But many students also just had a full year of school with very little in-person support from their teachers. Not only will they experience learning loss, but they also haven’t had the opportunity to practice the all-important executive function skills that are a part of everyday school life. And this is especially important for students with ADHD. Fortunately, there are ways kids can have a carefree, fun summer on their terms and also learn goal setting, planning, and easy strategies to manage their time along the way. Join us for this live webinar and you will be able to ask questions after her presentation.
Ann Dolin, MEd, is the president and director of Educational Connections. She holds a BA in child psychology and elementary education and a master’s degree in special education, with a concentration in learning disabilities, from Boston College. Dolin is a former Fairfax County, Virginia, public school teacher with over twenty years of teaching and tutoring experience. After leaving FCPS in 1998, she founded Educational Connections with the goal of providing individualized one-to-one instruction based on each student’s learning style. Today her company employs over 200 tutors, serves the entire Washington, DC, area, and has worked with over 8,000 students.
A recognized expert on education and learning disability issues, she sits on the board of the International Dyslexia Association and on the editorial advisory board for CHADD’s Attention magazine. She has delivered hundreds of presentations focusing on academic achievement and parenting issues. Dolin is also the author of the award-winning book Homework Made Simple: Tips, Tools and Solutions for Stress-Free Homework.
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