Executive Functioning Support for Homework Success

For parents of children in elementary through middle school.

Tackling homework requires a complex set of skills: keeping track of tasks due at varying times, staying focused, and navigating challenging assignments, all while regulating emotions along the way. Do you want to give your child more autonomy in completing school assignments, but worry that if you step aside nothing will get done?

Learn how to plant seeds of self-motivation in your child, communicate effectively, and collaborate to build systems for homework success that build their independence. While strengthening these executive functioning skills is regularly discussed for kids with ADHD, ASD and other forms of neurodiversity, every child can benefit from strategies to boost their ability to manage homework.

Discover strategies to collaborate with your child on three areas:

  • Create a workspace that maximizes focused work time (the Where)
  • Set up structures that support their learning style to organize the work to be done (the How)
  • Establish a homework routine with your child (the When)

Your enrollment includes access to the video recording, an audio version that you can listen to podcast-style, and handouts.

Your Instructor

Jen Dryer
Jen Dryer

Jen Dryer is a PEP parent educator specializing in helping parents of neurodivergent children, including children with learning, behavioral and/or developmental challenges. She is also an educational consultant and advocate who works with parents, teachers, and school administrators.

A graduate of Brown University (BA) and Columbia University’s Teachers College (MA), Jen is a native New Yorker who moved to DC in January 2009. Prior to her work as a PEP parent educator, advocate and educational consultant, Jen was an educator in public, charter, and private schools. She was also a Literacy Coach/Staff Developer.

Jen is the mother of two sweet, loving, and energetic boys, the younger of whom is autistic and ADHD. Early intervention and strong parent advocacy dramatically shifted the trajectory of her son’s life. Her knowledge, experience and practical strategies have helped hundreds of parents support their child’s growth and development while meeting the needs of daily family life.

"I enjoyed the program. I really liked hearing the strategies and then a real life scenario that actually pertained to me and how to step-by-step use the strategy to solve the problem."

--Participant, PEP Online

"I liked it! It's not always easy to attend classes in-person, so the online class is very convenient and conducive for both parents to participate."

--Participant, PEP Online


Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
This course is available whenever you are and you'll have lifetime access.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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