The ADHD Brain is Remarkable!
Students with ADHD excel at
tackling urgent tasks
exploring new ideas
wrestling with complex problem solving
dedicating themselves to passion projects
The best place to learn, period.
You can do hard things,
but you don’t need to do them in the hardest way possible.
Differences are Strengths
but you must understand them
Fall 1 Course
Sundays 12:00pm - 1:30pm
September 18 - October 16 (5 weeks)
Fall 2 Course
Sundays 12:45pm - 2:15pm
October 23 - November 20 (5 weeks)
Each course includes the following topics in increasing levels of depth and application.
*Preparing for Tests
Students bring their own schoolwork in order to apply the skills learned directly to their world.
I never knew how to study math before. No one taught me what to do when I was confused. I would just get the problem wrong. Now, I know how.
It's really helpful to learn how to work with ADHD instead of against it.
I think I always knew these things about myself, but no one every explained them to me or validated them. Like, I know I need a good reward to motivate me to work. When my teacher knows that too, it makes class more fun.
Using the Pomodoro in class helps me feel really productive. I wish all my classes could do this.
These techniques actually help - at school and at home.
This class was fun! We learned new things every week about how our brains process information. It made me feel confident that when school starts I will have a much better year.