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Executive Function Skills and Strategies

Executive function is the administrative system of the brain. It helps us pay attention, organize, plan, start tasks, and take in and retain information. For a student, such executive functions are the skills needed to be successful academically. In this course, educators are introduced to four main components of executive function: preparedness, intentional focus, initiative and classroom learning skills. As each component is introduced, teachers will learn the signs of struggle and strategies to help students learn and employ the skills.

Intended Audience: 5th-12th Grade Educators

CEUs: 1.0

Price: $100

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Interested in a custom Executive Function virtual workshop for your school or district? Contact Kathy Sullivan to learn more!