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zzz ADHD and Distance Learning: How to Learn From Home Drop-In Support - Teen
Bridget Smith M.Ed.
This one-time drop-in gives teens who are participating in distance learning and/or hybrid learning an opportunity to celebrate successes, share challenges, and socialize with other students with ADHD who are learning from home.
In this weekly check-in class teens will have the opportunity to check in with other distance learners with ADHD and other learning differences. They will practice accountability by sharing about their week of online learning, planning for the weekend, and setting goals for the coming week. This is an opportunity for students to connect with other at home learners and receive support from a credentialed teacher who also has ADHD. The experiences shared by the students will be used to...
Students will receive drop-in support with executive function and organization. Improved study and organizational skills will lead to better success at school.
Bridget Smith is a teacher with ADHD parenting kids with ADHD. She specializes in supporting learners with ADHD and other learning differences here on Outschool. Many of her classes are geared toward learning executive function strategies. Bridget holds two credentials with the State of California that authorize her to teach all learners K-Adult.
Be sure to have paper, pens, and pencils ready for class. Check before each session. I may post some pages to print out which will support our learning or a link to a Google Form.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
- Google Forms
Since this is a study skills class for kids with ADHD topics such as IEPs and ADHD medication may come up. As a teacher I do not diagnose nor recommend a particular medical choice. I acknowledge that families have many ways of supporting their students in terms of academics and health, and try to affirm families individual choices.
We may use Google Forms as a way to set goals and give feedback for class.
Meet the teacher
I love being part of the Outschool learning community! I offer courses for neurodivergent kids and teens and students with learning disabilities as well as book studies, note taking, and writing classes that are accessible to all learners. I...
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
3-13 learners per class