The Organized Classroom: Space Makeover!
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The Organized Classroom: Space Makeover! ***Sarah Ward, M.S., CCC/SLP, Co-Director of Cognitive Connections, LLP, Co-Author of the 360 Thinking Executive Function Program*** Learn how to organize the classroom/work spaces to promote independent executive function skills with less supervision and fewer prompts. Learn new ideas on how to organize the classroom environment to promote self-regulation. How to set up and organize a classroom/treatment center/bedroom and locker/cubby spaces to create an environment that fosters the development of executive function skills. Ideas on how to help students stay organized, manage materials in the classroom, record homework, and access resources when they are ‘stuck’ or need help initiating. This webinar will directly impact students as educators consider executive function factors to enhance their learning environment including traffic patterns, zones of the classroom, organizational challenges, managing visual noise, space organization, time management, and classroom design. Participants will receive materials to take back to their education settings to walk through and evaluate those spaces for the presence and or absence of the factors that promote executive function skills. We will examine photos of various classrooms, and a variety of tips and tricks to ensure optimal learning environments within your classrooms/program/school. This program is sure to deepen participants’ understanding of ways to make the learning environment conducive for all learners to successfully develop and use their executive planning skills. ** Please note the recording of this webinar will be available for only 3 weeks after the date of the live webinar. **
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