Supporting Students with ADHD in Religious School
February 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm$18
What exactly is ADHD? In this session we will grow our understanding of ADHD and other challenges students may face. We will explore strategies to help all students succeed in religious school with a specific focus on understanding & supporting student behavior.
This one-hour Zoom workshop is part of Gateways’ series of “Introduction to Neurodiversity” drop-in sessions for religious school educators. Participants can expect to gain an understanding of each topic, explore how the relevant diagnosis will present in a religious school setting, and leave with three concrete strategies to bring back to their classrooms.
Workshop cost is $18 per person for schools within the CJP catchment area, and $36 per person for schools beyond the Boston area.
Lisa Friedman RJE is a widely recognized expert in Jewish Disability Inclusion and has been a consultant for congregations, schools, camps, and other organizations for over twenty years. She guides communities in the development of inclusive practices for faculty, clergy, leadership, and families through dialogue, interactive workshops, and awareness training. Before her tenure as the full-time Director of Education at a Reform congregation in Central New Jersey, Lisa taught special education in the New Jersey public schools. Lisa has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s in Counseling Psychology, and teaching certifications in both Elementary and Special Education. Lisa is a sought-after speaker on a wide variety of topics and blogs about disabilities and inclusion at Removing the Stumbling Block.