Join us for a Webinar!
Date: January 24, 2018
Do you know these students?
They may have messy backpacks.
Their desks may be filled with crumpled papers.
They often forget and lose things.
Their assignment notebooks may be empty or incomplete.
They seem disorganized.
They may appear disengaged or lazy.
Sally Grimes will provide the "nuts and bolts" of recognizing and assisting EF issues such as planning, organizing, prioritizing, attention and cognitive functions. The presenter's decades of experience in the fields of Learning Disabilities, Literacy and Language, and Social-Emotional Development provide the backdrop to this workshop.
Practical strategies and current issues will be addressed, resources will be provided, and several short videos will be used to clarify this area of intervention. Resources will be provided as well as exposure to currently available curriculum ideas. This workshop will focus on Pre K-Grade 5, but the concepts, resources and methodologies can be easily applied to students through Grade 12.
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Sally Grimes has provided consulting and professional development and graduate courses in the areas of Language and Literacy and Learning Disabilities for teachers and administrators Pre K-Grade 4 for 18 years. Prior to that, Sally’s experience includes serving as Landmark School’s first Admissions Director, performing clinical evaluations, serving on her local school board, teaching Pre K-3 Special Education classes and working with Mexican Americans in Texas and Illinois. Sally has served on the Governor’s Commission on School Readiness and on the Massachusetts Literacy Planning Team. Recently, Sally was chosen to be a trainer of trainers for the Dual Language Learner Initiative for 2-5 year olds that the state recently launched. Sally is also an approved Trainer of Trainers for the State’s new standards for Social-Emotional Learning and Approaches to Play and Learning.