Beyond Minecraft: The Best Games and Apps for Kids with ADHD and LD

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Watch the free replay of the webinar Beyond Minecraft:The Best Games and Apps for Kids with ADHD and LD with Randy Kulman, Ph.D., and James Daley, which originally aired Tuesday, March 29, 2016 and download the expert slides.

In many ADHD households, Minecraft is more than a hobby; it is an obsession. And while anything in excess is worrisome, the game itself offers a lot of promise. It really can help to build executive function skills, processing speeds, and working memory — if used in conjunction with a balanced play “diet.” But Minecraft is not the only tool at your disposal.

In this webinar, you will learn…

> What makes Minecraft and similar video games so incredibly appealing

> How apps and games can sharpen skills ranging from emotional control to problem-solving acumen

> How to leverage a Minecraft obsession into a learning opportunity

> Minecraft-like games, technologies and apps like Toca Blocks, Terraria, and Eden World Builder

> Specific strategies for setting limits on screen time


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About the Hosts

Randy Kulman, Ph.D., is the founder and president of LearningWorks for Kids, an educational technology company that specializes in using video games and interactive digital media to teach executive-functioning and academic skills.

James Daley, is a writer, editor, and digital designer with a passion for creating innovative online media. He serves as vice president and editor-in-chief of LearningWorks for Kids.


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