Executive Function and Social-Emotional Learning: Promoting Students’ Engagement in the Learning Process

Executive Function and Social-Emotional Learning: Promoting Students’ Engagement in the Learning Process

The schedule for our 33rd Annual Learning Differences Conference, titled “Executive Function and Social-Emotional Learning: Promoting Students’ Engagement in the Learning Process,” has just been released!

This year’s conference will feature a new SMARTS workshop on executive function across the grades; a panel of teachers using SMARTS to teach executive function strategies in elementary, middle, and high schools; and a full slate of researchers on the forefront of learning differences, ADHD, executive function, and neuroscience.

Presenters include Lynn Meltzer, Robert Brooks, Ned Hallowell, Adele Diamond, and Marcus Soutra from Eye to Eye.

After 33 years, this is one of the oldest and most comprehensive conferences on learning differences. Check out the schedule here and join us at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on March 16–17, 2018.

Early Bird pricing ends soon, so register today!

  • Michael Greschler, M.Ed., SMARTS Director