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Newsletter: How to use Google Calendar (January 19, 2024)

I hope your 2024 is off to a great start. 


Do you want to be proactive about your student's success and engagement with their education this semester? 


Do you want to add numerous tools to your toolkit so you are prepared, empowered, and responsive to the demands of this upcoming semester? 

If you said "YES" to either of those and are tired of the nagging, dragging feet, and surprise missing assignments, I have something you are not going to want to miss. 


Seth Perler, as you may know, runs The Executive Function Online Summit (TEFOS) every August.


This is a world-class event, renowned for bringing the top experts in Executive Function Skills, to the same place, at the same time. There is nothing else like it (as far as I know). 


For the first time, Seth has put together a small group of experts (5 total) to share their top tips and strategies for making the most out of the Spring Semester. 


He hand-picked each of these speakers for the value they bring to families during this crucial turning point in the school year. 


I am humbled and grateful to be included in this extraordinary group and will be sharing my top tips for starting the Spring semester on the right foot.

 

Hope to see you there! 




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About the author

Sean G. McCormick is a former public school special education teacher who founded Executive Function Specialists to ensure all students with ADHD and Autism have access to high-quality online executive function coaching services. 


With this mission in mind, he then founded the Executive Function Coaching Academy which trains schools, educators, and individuals to learn the key approaches to improve executive function skills for students.


He is also the co-founder of UpSkill Specialists, a business with a mission to provide adults with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder, access to high-quality executive function coaching services that can be accessed through Self-Determination funding.

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