This post is part of a series that highlights the events and speakers of this year’s 36th Annual Executive Function Conference, which will focus on promoting resilience and equity for ALL students.
The 36th Annual Executive Function Conference will take place virtually on November 11th and 12th, 2021. This multidisciplinary conference will address the close connections between executive function, stress, persistence, and school performance. Speakers and panelists will emphasize the role of executive function as a cornerstone of equity in education. Presentations will focus on the importance of creating strategic classrooms by promoting metacognitive awareness, executive function strategies, persistence, and resilience in all students. The conference will emphasize the application of theory and research to educational practice and highlight practical strategies for promoting metacognition and executive function in all students from K-12 to college.
Conference participants will:
- Explore innovative research and the implications for effective clinical practice and classroom teaching.
- Learn about executive function strategies that benefit all students from kindergarten into high school and the college years and span reading, writing, math, and other content areas.
- Receive a Certificate of Participation for 20 hours of instruction.
Learn More and Register Now!
You can learn more by attending ResearchILD’s 36th Annual Executive Function Conference on November 11th and 12th. We look forward to welcoming new and returning participants to our virtual conference!
- Caitlin Vanderberg, M.Ed., SMARTS Associate
SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum: smarts-ef.org
Research Institute for Learning and Development: researchild.org
The Institute for Learning and Development: ildlex.org