CPD Webinar – Why are long term projects so hard?

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This webinar was live on the 11th June at 4.30 – 5.30pm BST

Why is it that some children find it so difficult to tackle long-term projects, but others have no problem planning so far in advance? In this CPD-accredited webinar, Victoria Bagnall (Co-founder and MD of Connections in Mind) will dive into the relationship between executive functions and their impact on students’ ability to plan for and complete long-term projects. Gain practical insights and strategies to support students in overcoming the challenges of long-term projects, from understanding the cognitive processes involved to implementing tailored techniques in school.


Who is this webinar for?

  1. EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS looking for ways to support their students to develop the skills needed to plan for and complete long-term projects on time.

  2. STUDENTS who want to develop skills in this area of learning and gain practical solutions and support.

  3. PARENTS keen to understand their young person’s challenges with completing and submitting these projects on time.

In this webinar, you will discover how to:

  1. Understand why long term projects can be challenging. 

  2. Be aware of the parts of the brain heavily involved in long term project planning and completion (pre-frontal cortex and its cognitive functions)

  3. Recognise which executive function skills are needed for long term projects , and how to build these skills

  4. Understand why stress, lack of sleep, poor nutrition and other factors can influence effective long term project planning and completion.

  5. Be familiar with practical solutions and support

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