Examining the Academic and Social Impacts of Executive Function and ADHD


Strategies for Self-Regulation and Metacognition to Impact Success

Saturday January 16, 2021 - 9:00am-12:00pm


for parents, educators, and professionals in the field of learning differences

Presented by Dr. Kristin Hoffmann

In interactive one-hour segments, Dr. Hoffmann will explore three subtopics:

  • Understanding ADHD and Executive Function (EF) and how psychoeducational testing informs intervention planning
  • Academic, family, and social impacts including aging into a deficit, gender differences, and sluggish cognitive tempo
  • Understanding and teaching Self-Regulated Learning at home and school

Participants will receive 0.3 CEU credits, approved by ALTA and OGA. 

About Dr. Hoffmann: Kristin Hoffmann, Ph.D., is a Clinical Assistant Professor at NC State in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences. Dr. Hoffmann's research interests focus on the relationships of self-regulated learning, literacy, and academic performance. In her own clinical practice, Dr. Hoffmann specializes in working with students with learning differences related to working memory, information processing, and executive functioning.

contact Concha Wyatt at: cwyatt@carolinaday.org for more details

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