Online, October 8th – 10th, 2020, with ResearchILD in Lexington, MA. This conference will emphasize current work on the importance of executive function strategies in mediating stress and fostering persistence and resilience in students as they navigate the many school challenges.
* Presentations will focus on innovative research and the implications for effective clinical practice and classroom teaching.
* There will be an emphasis on executive function strategies that benefit all students from kindergarten into high school and the college years and span reading, writing, math, and content area subjects.
Partial list of featured Conference speakers:
- Lynn Meltzer, PhD, Conference Chair, President of Institutes for Learning and Development: Metacognition and executive function: Reducing stress and igniting success in all students.
- David Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Director of National Programs and Outreach, Child Mind Institute: Stress Management strategies to accelerate student performance.
- Ellen Braaten, Ph.D., Director, LEAP MGH, Associate Director, MGH Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School: Bright kids who can’t keep up.
- Eduardo Briceño, Co-Founder, CEO, Mindset Works: The impact of a growth mindset on behavior and performance
- Bob Brooks, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Harvard Medical School (Part-time), Lecturer, Author: Nurturing resilience in children during challenging times.
- Peg Dawson, Ed.D., NCSP, Psychologist, Center for Learning and Attention Disorders, program of Seacoast Mental Health Center, Portsmouth, NH: Smart but scattered
- Sharon Saline, Psy.D.,Psychologist, Author and Consultant: When worrying takes over: Helping Kids with ADHD overcome anxiety and build resiliency.
Fees apply, registration is required to https://researchild.org/event/35th-annual-learning-differences-conference/or contact Jamie Cutler, Director of Marketing and Communication, firstname.lastname@example.org, 781-861-3711 x113.