What is executive function? What are executive function strategies? How do we teach strategies so that all students, whether in a special education or general education setting, can apply strategies to their work? We’ll explore answers to these questions and more in our free SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum Webinar on July 18.
The SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum is a unique tool that teachers around the country are using to empower their students to learn and use executive function strategies. SMARTS students develop executive function strategies to plan and organize their approaches to tests, time management, and essays. At the same time, they gain greater metacognitive awareness of who they are as learners.
Since launching in 2015, SMARTS has spread across the country and around the world. There are more than a thousand SMARTS educators bringing the power of executive function strategies into diverse learning environments. With SMARTS Elementary coming this fall, even more students will receive explicit instruction in executive function strategies. (You can check out some of our favorite SMARTS stories here).
Interested in learning more about SMARTS? Join us on July 18th for a free webinar, “Getting to know the SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum.” We’ll explore the curriculum and discuss the many ways SMARTS can be implemented with a range of students. Webinar attendees will receive a free lesson to use with their students and will have a chance to ask any executive function related question on their mind! Hope you can join us!
- Michael Greschler, M.Ed., SMARTS Director