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Executive Function Skills in the Classroom & Completing Academic Tasks

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2/2/16
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11:00 AM CDT – 12:00 PM CDT (Time Zone Sensitive)
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Webinars
PRESENTED BY SARAH WARD***** Do you support students in a resource room or executive function coaching session? Do you ever feel like you need to oversee homework rather than provide specific instruction in developing students' independent executive function skills? How can you find the time to focus on executive function goals that might be mandated by an individualized education program? In the moment when a student is stressed from academic work or just needs a break, where is the line between helping the student and enabling the student? **** Think about your classrooms, your resource room/ learning center, therapy sessions or EF coaching sessions. What materials, routines and instruction are necessary to make it executive function based? You may have read about executive function skills and related terms but let's go beyond the book definition and learn how to recognize the executive function skills that might be either facilitating or impeding learning during instruction/coaching. How do all of these skills work together in a moment to enable a student to effectively create a goal, form a plan, and self-monitor through tasks in a timely and efficient manner? You will learn the cutting edge, innovative 360 Thinking program that you can use with your existing curriculums to develop a student’s independent executive function skills.
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Executive Function Skills in the Classroom & Completing Academic Tasks