How to Help Your Middle- and High-Schooler Develop Organizational Skills for Distance Learning and for Life
Mary Murphy, PhD
May 8, 2020
Noon to 12:45 p.m.
(Followed by Extra Time for Q&A)
During COVID-19 distance learning, children with executive function deficits may continue to have difficulties managing time constructively; setting goals appropriately; controlling emotional and behavioral impulses; prioritizing; sustaining attention; planning and organizing; starting tasks and following through.
Mary Murphy, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist, discusses a variety of executive function strategies that parents can share with their children.
Materials: EF Skills for Distance Learning
(Middle- and High-Schoolers) (PDF Format)
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