We record all of our workshops. If you cannot attend, still register for each event you're interested in, and we will send you a link to watch the replay at your convenience.
|Date & Time||Event||Location||Event Host||Registration|
|January 18, 2023 7:00 PM EST||Insider’s Guide to Standing Out to Highly Selective Colleges||Virtual||Educational Connections||Watch Replay|
|Jan 31, 2023 8:00 PM EST||How Students with ADHD can Achieve Academic Success in 2023 without Lofty New Year’s Goals||Virtual||CHADD Midwest Region||Register|
|February 8, 2023 11:00 AM ET||How to Handle Bad Grades: Ways to Uncover the Reasons Behind Your Child’s School Performance (& How to Help!)||Virtual||Educational Connections||Register|
|February 15, 2023 7:00 PM ET||Course Selection & Summer Planning: How Your Child’s Choices Now Will Impact Their College Chances Later||Virtual||Educational Connections||Register|
Bad grades are not always a fair indication of how hard your child is trying, how much they’re learning, or what their potential for success is later on in life (especially for those with ADHD).
On the surface, bad grades represent a failure at school. But there’s usually a lot more to it. And to complicate matters, poor grades bring up many emotions for parents and students.
In this free virtual workshop on Feb. 8th at 11 AM ET, Educator and Author Ann Dolin, M.Ed., will help parents uncover possible reasons for their child’s grades.
We invite you to join Ann to learn:
✓ What to do if your child comes home with bad grades (and how to prevent over-reacting)
✓ How to talk to your child about their school performance, including some easy conversation starters
✓ Ways to investigate why it’s happening and the most common reasons for poor grades
✓ What to do about it moving forward, including strategies to help your child study more effectively and stay organized
✓ Whether you should set consequences for your child’s bad grades (or reward them for good grades) and how to keep kids with ADHD motivated
It’s challenging to figure out how to react as a parent when report cards are in, and the results are less than stellar. During our webinar, you will learn strategies to tackle these sticky situations while preserving your relationship with your child.
Please register in advance so we may send you the Zoom link (or webinar recording). We can’t wait to see you there!