Successfully supporting the executive function needs of students requires a concrete and practical understanding of executive function and strategy instruction. In our first EF Expert Winter Webinar session, we will explore a concrete and practical executive function paradigm focused on understanding what executive function, and executive function difficulties, look like in the classroom.
Join us for a SMARTS secondary conversation focused on making the most of the 2.0 features! We will be digging into the new lesson plan extensions, making it easier than ever before to help students connect SMARTS strategies to what they are learning. Join Michael Greschler, M.Ed., Director of the SMARTS program, and learn along […]
The dramatic and rapid shift to remote learning last spring turned students’, and teachers’, executive function strategies on their heads. As schools cycle between virtual, in-person, and hybrid instruction, it is becoming increasingly challenging for teachers, students, and parents to keep up. In our second EF Expert Winter Webinar presentation, we will explore how the […]
Project based learning is becoming an increasingly popular way to engage students in deeper learning; however, many students struggle to complete projects to their teacher’s expectations. Between time management and organizing notes to reading comprehension and successful editing, the executive function demands of projects can easily overwhelm both teachers and their students. In our final […]