Maayan Glaser-Koren is an accomplished Educational Therapist at the professional level, a certified ADHD educator, and a devoted professional life coach. With a deep commitment to guiding children, parents, and educators, she brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her workshops.
Maayan's areas of expertise extend to language processing challenges specifically with working memory and executive function difficulties in reading, writing, and life skills.
Training and Workshops
In-Person or Online
Mastering the Mind: The Missing Link Executive Functions Skills and Self-Compassion
Recognizing that teaching is a demanding profession, this workshop empowers teachers to prioritize their own well-being. By incorporating self-compassion into their practice, educators can cultivate a nurturing and empathetic relationship with themselves, reducing burnout and stress. It also equips teachers with practical strategies to support students in developing executive function skills through hands-on case studies. Additionally, it emphasizes the significance of self-compassion for emotional regulation, benefiting both students and teachers and creating a more supportive learning environment.
Dyslexia Demystified: Empowering Educators for Inclusive Classrooms
In this webinar, you will learn about dyslexia, including how to recognize auditory and orthographic signs as early as kindergarten. We will explore science-based, multi-sensory strategies to support students in the classroom. You will also gain insights into the neurological aspects of dyslexia and the crucial importance of accurate diagnosis and interventions. This webinar is designed for teachers, special education educators, and speech and language pathologists.
Unlocking Potential: Navigating Dysgraphia and Enhancing Executive Function in the Classroom
In this webinar, you will delve into the connection between dysgraphia, the orthographic loop, and executive function. We will explore the different types of dysgraphia, methods of identification, the assessment process, available support resources, and effective classroom strategies for assisting individuals with dysgraphia. This webinar is designed for elementary and upper elementary educators, as well as parents.