Preventing Skill Regression: Leveraging Summer Months for Students Who Learn Differently

For students who learn differently, an unstructured summer can lead to skill regression and create increased difficulty in the fall. Structure changes, support services fall away, and parents are often left needing to fill days to ensure students are progressing towards their goals. With limited choices for students, choosing appropriate programs may be difficult.

 

In this recorded session, Alexander Morris-Wood explores the unstructured summer months and provides strategies to connect student strengths and weaknesses with potential options during the break from school.

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ALEXANDER MORRIS-WOOD

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Dean of Admissions, Transition Services, and Strategic Outreach

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