ADHD Covid-19 Motivation 4-22-20 - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hi! School psych from Laurens 55!
Is it OK if kids are present in this
Hi! Thanks for this!
Yes, thank you much needed right now!
Kids are welcome - although the info is more geared towards parents and educators
Is it going to be recorded?
Yes we are recording and will share via Facebook afterwards
Wakesha is awesome!
Dr. Woods has been awesome for us!
her bald head is beautiful! I am as well
Agreed, Wakesha is fantastic!!
So thankful for the support provided by Wakesha, Dr. Woods, and Suzy! Can't wait to learn from Jennifer, too.
Please repeat the 3 variables
Repetition Restriction Reward
is this broken up at times for y’all?
Very broken up
Please MUTE your device
If everybody not presenting would turn off video it should help.
what will keep kids in mode of motivation?
i think its her mic
We tested the mics before we started - it may be a Zoom malfunction. We may not be able to correct this for this discussion, but will look at different tools for the next Discussion.
or her WiFi?
Sounds like a bandwidth challenge - internet speed
provide recognition and ? to keep them going
Your radio is fine, Caroline
are there ages you expect kids to be able to move along the motivational process is this for all ages
I am so sorry but could not understand at all. could we have a transcript?
What about a student who has an emotional issue and shuts down when she is afraid or feels she cannot do the task
What were the 2 Exec. Func. you said were needed for motivation? one was cost benefit analysis, what was the other one?
Should you start the zoom over?
Do you have guidelines on what kind of things make good/helpful/effective consequences and rewards?
When Caroline talks, Jennifer should mute. That may be the echo
Our speakers will need to use mute if they are using their computers speakers when they are not speaking. That will cut the echo.
I am having to leave because it is somewhat painful to hear the breaking up. Please send any transcripts and slides. I appreciate your knowledge. Do you have any studies that you used to construct the continuum?
Google Dunn – Rankin Reward Preference Inventory. It's a quick survey to find what is rewarding to a student. It's free!
That’s a great resource, thanks!
Thanks for that resource, Ashley W.
Assigning them jobs in the classroom seems to help
Dunn Rankin summary gives categories of: adult approval, peer approval, tangibles, competition, and independence. You can base rewards based around the area that they score highest in
I love this idea of discussion and ownership for consequences and rewards
Catch them being good!
aha! I've heard you doing this with my child and she responds so well to that :)
Advise for a 6 year old who doesn't take praise well?
Yes! Behavior specific positive praise!! My biggest thing I preach to teachers
can you repeat that website please
You find it by googling "Dunn Rankin Preference Inventory" and it'll pop u!
what are suggestions to keep our children motivated right now....during this quarantine? With schoolwork, exercise, non-electronic?
how do we tease out lack of motivation vs. difficulty in preserving through tasks due to the ADHD? I hope this makes sense.
You could make the reward for electronics less than other rewards. Ex. 5 minute break on electronics or 15 minute break doing (insert reward)
My 15 year old daughter always eventually finishes her homework, but what she needs help with is getting started on her own. Not sure how effective rewards would be since she does get it done.
@Christine- sounds like the behavior to target would be task initiation, not task completion. Focus on rewarding when the task is started and set expectations based around X minutes to start and work the time down to shorter amounts of time, rewarding each time.
That's a great idea! Thanks Ashley:)
Thank you very helpful
I homeschool my son and recently started a timer while doing school work with him and it has worked wonders.
I agree! Asking the kid helps a lot. Rather than assuming that we know what motivates them, they often can articulate it to us.
thank you so much! lots of great info that we'll help us as parents even beyond this current challenge.
Thank you so much.
Including them on the conversation can help with their "buy in" too
thank you all for the ideas.
Thank you everyone for your expertise and willingness to share.
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thank you all for some great ideas and resources!
Thank you all very much! my first Zoom meeting... glad to spend it with you...
Thanks! Love yall's workshops
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