For questions regarding the webinar contact Linda P. at Cognitive Connections:

or by phone: 978-369-5200


Webinar available to view On Demand from

May 30, 2017 to June 26, 2017

Cost: $39.00

Cost includes webcast and course materials and worksheets to print!

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On Demand Webinar on Time Management

The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is.
~ C.S. Lewis

Time is fixed as there are only 60 minutes in an hour and 24 hours in a day.  So we cannot really teach time management but rather self-management of the time that one has available. Seeing, sensing and managing the passage of time is a fundamental skill that students who tend to procrastinate need to develop

Watch On Demand and learn how to help students:

  • Accurately and effortlessly estimate how long tasks will take, change or maintain their pace, and carry out routines and tasks within allotted time frames.
  • Understand the impact of multitasking on performance and how to make distractions tangible and manageable.
  • Increase their time horizon – or how far into the future they can see – to increase motivation, planning and task initiation. 
  • Externalize and have metacognition for time so they can shift flexibly and adopt a new time plan when they are off task. 

With year end exams and projects just around the corner, learn techniques now to increase a student’s awareness of how to plan their time to be prepared for exams and to complete projects without last minute chaos.

Cost: $39.00

Fee Includes Webinar and Course Materials and Worksheets

The webinar is available for  On Demand viewing until June 26, 2017. You can start, pause, stop and re watch the webinar as is needed during this time. 



Register Now! Webinar Registration:

  • A link and password to the webinar presentation will be sent when you register.
  • This link can be used to view the webinar On Demand when convenient for you!
  • The webcast will be available for On Demand viewing from  May 30, 2017 - June 26, 2017.


  • No prorated or reduced fees if you cannot attend a full webinar
  • If you register and do not view the On Demand webinar between May 30 - June 26, 2017, no refunds or credits given to attend another webinar.

Viewing the Webinar

  • A laptop, desktop or mobile device with internet access.  No downloads or add-ins required to view the webcast.
  • The webcast is being streamed through your computer, so there is no dial-in number.  For the best audio quality, please make sure your computer speakers (or headset) are turned on and the volume is up so you can hear the presenters.

Kristen Jacobsen, MS CCC-SLP

Co-Director at Cognitive Connections LLP Kristen has co-authored the innovative 360 Thinking approach to facilitate executive functioning skills. Kristen has also co-authored executive function articles and educational  products, including the Academic Planner and Tracknets, as well as the Time Tracker Program and Get Ready*Do*Done instructional approach. Kristen provides trainings and workshops for teachers to deliver effective executive function based instruction that can reach all learners in their classrooms.

Sarah Ward, MS CCC-SLP 

Co-Director at Cognitive Connections LLP and co-author of the innovative 360 Thinking executive function program, regularly presents nationally and internationally on the topic of executive functions to a variety of professional and parent organizations. In addition to working directly with students in her private practice, she has presented to and consulted with more than 500 public and private schools in Massachusetts and across the United States on how to implement executive function based strategies into the classroom setting.


Who Should Watch

Parents of children who need additional strategies to be organized and effectively manage their time, tasks and materials.  

Parents of children who have  learning challenges with associated executive function based weaknesses.     

Teachers who want to learn how to implement functional strategies into their classrooms which will foster the development of the executive function skills in their students.    

Professionals  who work with children and adolescents who struggle to initiate, to be flexible in their thinking, to execute and complete tasks successfully and who need to provide their patients and families with practical strategies. 

Strategies will be given to address the needs of school aged children.  Multiple examples for younger and older children will be given. 

CEUs/PDPs are not offered for this seminar; however upon completion of the webinar participants can print a Certificate of Attendance.