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Lessons from educational changes during COVID-19 to help children with attention or behavior challenges in the future

This is a past event.

Tuesday, May 4 at 3:30pm to 4:00pm

Virtual Event

Although the move to remote learning has resulted in disruptions in typical school procedures, innovations in educational approaches during this time may have merit for continued use.  This webinar will review aspects of remote/hybrid instruction that educators may consider for continued integration into everyday school practice, with an emphasis on how these strategies may help the most vulnerable learners (e.g., those with academic or behavioral challenges).

About the Presenter:

Dr. Gregory Fabiano is a professor of psychology at Florida International University (FIU). He is a core faculty member in the Clinical Science in Child in Adolescent Psychology Doctoral Program and the Center for Children and Families (CCF).

His program of research has focused on the development, validation and implementation of effective assessments and interventions for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and their families. He has expertise in assessment and intervention development and implementation for youth with ADHD. This has included the development a rating scale teachers and parents can use to indicate impairment in daily life functioning, a parenting intervention for fathers of children with ADHD, a school-based behavioral intervention for children with ADHD in special education placements and an intensive psychosocial intervention for novice teen drivers with ADHD. He has served as principal investigator or co-investigator on multiple clinical trials that investigated psychosocial and/or pharmacological treatments for ADHD, and these studies have included multiple designs (single-subject, cross-over, between group, adaptive treatment).

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