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Messy Rooms, Running Late, and Lost Jackets: Using [email protected] to Develop Essential Executive Function Strategies in Elementary-aged Children
April 13 @ 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
NOTE: This webinar will be offered at two separate times on April 13th (11 am – 12 pm EDT and 7 pm – 8 pm EDT). You can use this registration link to attend the session that works best for your schedule. The webinar will be recorded and sent to all who register.
Does your child lose papers or pencils, have trouble getting started or finishing an assignment, or get “stuck” doing a problem when one method doesn’t work? When faced with one of these challenges, does your child simply give up, waiting for you to swoop in and “do it for them?” Many children struggle with executive function-related tasks, and parents and guardians are often on the front line of these struggles. How can you help?
Join us for a free, one hour webinar to explore the what, why, and how of executive function. You’ll learn the unique role executive function plays in successful learning as well as the challenges and opportunities when it comes to teaching executive function strategies at home.
Even better, you’ll get a sneak peek of [email protected], the newest program from SMARTS, for home-use with children ages 6-12. The SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum is used by thousands of teachers around the world, teaching students the strategies they need to set goals, organize their belongings and time, and develop into independent and confident learners. Using our research-based instructional model, [email protected] is a revolutionary program that empowers parents and other adults to teach these executive function strategies outside of the traditional classroom setting.