Learning to master skills such as goal setting, planning, organizing, prioritizing, self -monitoring, and flexibility are essential for success in the classroom and in everyday life. We all use these executive function skills to help us learn, work, and manage the tasks that face us each day!
Research studies suggest that well-developed executive function skills are actually more predictive of academic success than measures of intelligence. Thankfully these cognitive skills can be spurred to development with instruction and repeated practice.
This training workshop will increase your understanding of executive function skills and provide you with practical ways to promote and coach their development.
Saturday, May 28, 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM EST
This course will be offered entirely online, through Zoom.
Since it is online, it is very important for you to have a laptop or desktop computer (PC or MAC) with camera, audio and microphone capability as well as a reliable internet connection.
These are the required texts to purchase and read in advance of the course:
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