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AFESC--Learning is a Juggling Act: The Role of Executive Function Skills in Achievement

Executive functions are a set of processes that have to do with self-managing behavior in order to achieve a goal. It is an umbrella term for brain-based skills that involve mental control and self-regulation. Students with executive functioning issues may struggle with some or all of the following skills:  impulse control, emotional control, flexible thinking, working memory, self-monitoring, planning and prioritizing, task initiation, and organization. The role of executive function in learning as well as proven classroom strategies to promote executive function skill development will be the focus of this professional learning opportunity. 

TESS Domains 1, 2


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Please do not bring children to the sessions.
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Session ID:
345778
Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
28 / 30
Fee:
$50.00
Contact Person:
LENETT THRASHER
Instructor(s):
Jackie Roberts
Audiences:  3-5, 6, Special Ed
Date Time Location
7/13/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative - Main Building - Room E