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Academic Management fuses subject specific tutoring with educational therapy. Using the latest findings in the fields of psychology, education, and neuroscience, educators will learn to individualize curriculum in order to help their students succeed in school. Educators will learn how to develop positive and highly collaborative relationships with each student to effectively promote organization, time management, study skills, and executive functioning skills. Topics include: attachment theory, stress management, memorization strategies, understanding neuropsychological reports, promoting self-advocacy, teaching strategies, and principles of educational therapy. There is are no prerequisite requirements. This course is designed for potential instructors of Franklin Educational Services.

Course Number: EDUC-31525
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)