April 27, 5:30-6:30 PM EST *Recording will be available
What does an executive function curriculum look like? Who should be teaching EF strategies? What are best practices for strategy instruction? Join Michael Greschler, M.Ed., SMARTS Director as he explores how the SMARTS curriculum answers these important questions (and more).
Attendees will have a chance to learn more about the history and research behind the SMARTS Curriculum as well as the many unique ways that SMARTS has been used by schools across the country and around the world. We will review the structure and format of the curriculum, how to create a unique scope and sequence using SMARTS, and how to track student strategy use and progress.
Come with your questions, comments, and concerns. Reserve your free seat now!
SMARTS is your go-to resource for executive function webinars.
Executive Function strategies help students handle challenging tasks as they set goals, shift flexibly, organize materials and information, and self-monitor and check their behavior and their work. Executive function is critically important for ALL students, from elementary school through college, whether learning in-person, remotely, or hybrid.
It’s clear that teachers, parents, and students need executive function strategies now more than ever. But where should you start? Learn the answer to all your EF questions from the experts! Our free webinars are a great way to begin your EF journey or explore a perspective on executive function that may be new to you.
Some of our previous webinar topics have included:
- Understanding Executive Function
- Executive Function: The Bridge Between Home and School
- Executive Function and Reading
- Executive Function and Math
In the meantime, you can view recordings of previous webinars on our YouTube channel.
Looking to get some hands-on executive function training and professional development? Join us for one of our upcoming Executive Function Trainings. including the Executive Function Summer Summit and Summer SMARTS Workshop. Build your executive function toolkit with sessions that cover topics such as metacognition, organization, flexible problem solving, motivation, engagement and even math and dyslexia. Learn more here!