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Actionable Tools and Strategies to Improve Social Emotional Learning and Productivity in the Classroom
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Audio CD - 4+ hours   Instructions
Multi-disc audio recording with electronic manual and instructions.
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  1. Apply subtle changes in classroom structure and environment to improve time management, organizational skills and study skills that will benefit all children, not only those with ADHD.
  2. Evaluate traditional behavior modification programs to achieve greater success in extinguishing non-compliant behavior.
  3. Demonstrate how using Collaborative Problem Solving can increase student compliance, self-advocacy, and improve lagging executive function skills.
  4. Employ realistic approaches for incorporating social-emotional learning strategies in the classroom to reduce overall stress and improve cognitive stamina.
  5. Apply strategies to improve homework compliance and study skills among students.
  6. Develop effective IEP/504 plans that incorporate individual student needs.


Succeed in Reducing the Impact of ADHD in the Classroom

  • Decrease time spent redirecting, refocusing, and re-teaching inattentive, distracted students
  • Distinguishing between “Can’t do” and “Won’t do” behavior
  • Reduce excessive movement and activity
  • Address impulsive behavior effectively
Build Student’s Executive Function Skills
  • Reduce time wasted due to transitional challenges
  • Concrete methods to help students SEE and MANAGE time
  • Teach students to get started on work and reduce procrastination
  • Visual strategies to assist in organizing and synthetizing information
Reduce Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom
  • Teach Collaborative Problem Solving to improve lagging executive function skills
  • Establish effective, impactful IEP/504 plans to improve student accountability
  • Expand self-talk to improve cognitive flexibility and frustration tolerance
Increase Personal Growth and Social-Emotional Learning
  • Growth Mindset activities that increase student grit
  • Communication skills to increase self-advocacy, accountability, and empathy
  • Improve self-discipline, independence, and confidence
  • Reduce the impact of stress and anxiety
  • Address the challenges to implementing SEL changes in the classroom
Realistic Approaches for Homework Management and Compliance
  • Establish relationship between homework management and time management
  • Strategies to increase work effectiveness and compliance
  • Tools for improving concentration and efficiency during work time
  • Build valuable connection between homework assignments and classroom learning
Educate and Engage Parents for Improved Collaboration
  • Effective collaboration with parents without excessive time commitment
  • Differentiate between enabling and supporting involvement
  • Help their kids be comfortable with the challenges and struggles
  • Understand their child’s unique profile and needs
  • Support parents in pulling back their involvement when appropriate


Cindy Goldrich, M.Ed., ACAC, is a mental health professional certified ADHD coach and teacher trainer. She is the author of 8 Keys for Parenting Children with ADHD, a book recognized for providing parents, educators, and therapists with a practical, easy-to-read guide for addressing challenging kids. She is the creator of the workshop series Calm and Connected: Parenting Children with ADHD©, designed to teach parents and caregivers how to manage and support their children’s unique needs successfully. Through her ADHD Parent Coach Academy, she trains other professionals to become ADHD parent coaches.

Cindy is known to be a passionate, engaging speaker. She conducts training workshops for schools, associations and national conferences addressing how ADHD and executive function deficits impact children and how to help boost behavior and performance in school and at home.

Cindy received her Master’s in Education in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University, Teachers College and her ADHD coach certification from the Institute for the Advancement of ADHD Coaching. She is a certified mentor for Think: Kids, formally The Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) Institute, dedicated to understanding and helping challenging children and adolescents. She is the co-founder and president of the Long Island Professionals ADHD Consortium and is on the executive board of NASSAU CHADD. Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Cindy Goldrich maintains a private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Cindy Goldrich is a contributing author to The ADHD Awareness Book Project: 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD. She is the Co-Founder of the Long Island ADHD Professional Consortium.
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  • Teachers
  • School Counselors
  • School Psychologists
  • School Social Workers
  • Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Educational Therapists
  • Paraprofessionals
  • School Nurses
  • Other school-based professionals