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Caitlin Hoffman, Founder of Academic Coaching Works, is a sought after speaker and panelist.  

March 10th, 2020


Caitlin was on a Q&A panel for a showing of the movie: Child Disrupted a film by Krista RIIHIMAKI.  The film explores the effects of technology overuse on children's development.  Movie showing and panel discussion at Fusion Academy in Los Gatos. 


April 30th, 2019

Caitlin Hoffman, along with Dr. Damon Korb ~ Center for Developing Minds and Dr. Michael Slone ~ Center for Developing Minds

were community professionals on a Q & A panel following a showing of the Like Documentary Screening at Fisher Middle School in Los Gatos. 

LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives. Technology is a tool. It’s here to stay and social platforms are a place to connect, share and care, but what’s really happening? Are we addicted? How do we stop? Where do we start? What do we need to know? By understanding the effects of technology and social media on the brain, on our lives and on our civilization, we can learn how to navigate it more safely together.

May 14th, 2018 

Caitlin was on a Q&A panel for a showing of the movie: Angst at Fusion Academy in Los Gatos. Find out more here.


April 21st, 2018

Caitlin Hoffman was a workshop speaker at the 10th Annual EdRev Expo 2018 on April 21 at AT&T Park in San Francisco. 

For the past decade, the EdRev Expo has brought together the whole community - students, parents, educators and professionals - to share experiences and resources, and make new connections. 

“Today, there is a wide spectrum of challenges that can get in the way of learning and developing ethical work practices. Parents and teens need experts on their team to support the often turbulent times that adolescence brings to the relationships. I believe in striving for less stress and more academic success!” said Hoffman.

Caitlin specifically discussed the latest in learning technology, access consultations, and support strategies that students with learning and attention differences need. The workshop provided tips and tricks to support Executive Function skill development.

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