Late, Lost, but not Lazy
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Webinar Date: Oct 24, 2012
Presenter: Zipora Schuck
Topic: Executive Function, General Education
In every classroom there will be students struggling with some of the crucial executive functions – the tasks that help us execute our daily activities. These processes such as organization, time management, planning, transitioning and attention are key components to a successful educational experience. Late, Lost but Not Lazy is a webinar designed to enhance teachers’ understanding of children who struggle with executive functioning challenges and help strategize practical classroom based interventions that really work.
Zipora Schuck, MA, MS, is the founder of Pathways Consulting Services LLC, an agency providing professional development services to teachers, principals, therapists and parents. She is a NYS Certified school psychologist holding masters degrees in both special education and school psychology. Mrs. Schuck is currently the Director of the Learning Center at the Beth Rochel School. She is a Catapult premium provider as well as a Torah Umesorah trainer whose popular workshops are usually standing room only! Additionally, she serves as adjunct faculty for Mercy College in their school of Education and Psychology.