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EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: Empowering the Family Around ADHD [presentation]

The Masonic Center for Youth and Families (MCYAF) uses a collaborative approach to empower families to address the challenges that ADHD and learning differences present. This panel discussion provides practical guidance about how different professional perspectives can be utilized and integrated to support the child and family’s success. A neuropsychologist, psychiatrist, educational therapist, and individual and family therapist discuss different aspects of ADHD and learning, including neurodevelopment and biology, school performance, behavior, and family dynamics. Read more »


EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: Is It ADHD, Anxiety, or Both? Teasing Apart Overlapping Behaviors [presentation] [video]

In this workshop, Dr. Glen Elliott, CHC’s Chief Psychiatrist and Medical Director and Christopher Harris, MEd, Director of Esther B. Clark School, focus on how behaviors associated with ADHD and anxiety may both occur in the same individual but also can mimic each other, leading to confusion about the best diagnosis and the best treatment approach. Read more »


EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: Universal Design for Learning: Addressing the Variability of All Learners [presentation]

Cynthia Curry, MSEd, Director of the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning (AEM Center) at CAST explores the origins of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and its core concepts. Read more »


EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: AEM for Success! Getting Accessible Educational Materials to All Learners [presentation]

Diverse and engaging educational materials and technologies are being selected by states, districts, and teachers for student learning. But are they accessible to all learners? Read more »


EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: ADHD & Technology—How Do They Mix? [presentation]

It’s no secret that kids are spending more and more time with technology. Many kids have complex digital lives. If your child has ADHD, you may wonder what impact that might have on their use of social media. Or you may have heard that for kids with ADHD some technology can help or that using tech can be particularly harmful. You may even have been told that gaming can cause ADHD. Read more »


Rate of Depression is Double for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Youth [web resource]

lgbtq-101Kidsdata.org, a program of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, has released data about the emotional health of LGBTQ+ youth as part of their Youth in Schools series. Read more »


EdRev Expo 2018 Spotlight Session: Neuropsychological and Educational Evaluations: An Inside Look [presentation] [video]

When a child is struggling in school, the first step to finding help is figuring out what’s getting in his way. As a starting point, you need an evaluation of your child’s learning profile, to identify strengths and weaknesses, and suggest what kind of support he might need to thrive. Read more »


EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: Speaking the College Language —How to be a Savvy Student [downloadable]

speakingcollegelanguage100Many students transitioning from high school to college are unaware of post-secondary terminologies that play a crucial role in successful navigation of the post-secondary landscape. This is particularly true of students with learning and attention issues, who are focused on just getting to class on time, completing homework and accessing accommodations. Students need to build awareness of strategic approaches for self-help beyond ADA accommodations. Read more »

Community Education

Autism Research and The Wall Lab at Stanford [video]

Dr. Dennis P. Wall of the Wall Lab at Stanford University discusses current autism-related research projects (such as Autism and the Microbiome) and novel wearable technology that helps children recognize emotions. Read more »

Community Education

Does Your Classroom Foster a Growth Mindset? [presentation] [video] [downloadable]

In this Community Education class for educators, Elaine Antipuesto, a middle school teacher at Sand Hill School, discusses why a growth mindset is important and how you can foster a growth mindset in your classroom. Read more »

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