Hidden Sparks

 Fall 2012 Semester of Hidden Sparks Without Walls

Join Hidden Sparks for the Fall 2012 Semester of Hidden Sparks Without Walls, a data and audio conference accessible from home or school.

“Late, Lost, but not Lazy”
featuring Zipora Schuck
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (Eastern)

In every classroom there will be students struggling with some of the crucial executive functions - the tasks that help us execute our daily activities. These processes such as organization, time management, planning, transitioning and attention are key components to a successful educational experience. Late, Lost but Not Lazy is a webinar designed to enhance teachers’ understanding of children who struggle with executive functioning challenges and help strategize practical classroom based interventions that really work.

Zipora Schuck, MA, MS, founded Pathways Consulting Services LLC, an agency providing professional development training to teachers, principals, therapists and parents. Mrs. Schuck also serves as adjunct faculty member at Mercy College and is a NYS Certified School Psychologist holding master’s degrees in Special Education and School Psychology. Previously, Mrs. Schuck was a classroom teacher at P.S. 192 in Brooklyn. She later served as Director of the Learning Center at the Bais Rochel School and currently is an educational consultant for the Avir Yaakov Girls School, Bnos Yisroel School, Bais Malka School, Bais Shifra Miriam, and United Talmudic Academy.

These seminars are being provided at no cost to educators from day schools and yeshivas across North America as a gift from Hidden Sparks.

Advance registration is required.

For more information and to register for the class visit us online at www.HiddenSparks.org

Questions? Contact: Margaret@HiddenSparks.org.

Hidden Sparks is a non-profit whose purpose is to help children with learning differences reach their full potential in school and life. Hidden Sparks develops and supports professional development programs for Jewish Day Schools to help increase understanding and support for teaching to diverse learners.