Success in school and life depends on well-developed work habits, a positive mindset, a flexible attitude and a willingness to work skillfully. And in these challenging times, keeping the goal of building students’ skills at the forefront of intentional and strategic teaching is a balancing act.
Recently, ExQ® partnered with Education Dive to survey more than 130 education leaders and district administrators on the topic of teaching Executive Function to facilitate independence. Hear what educational leaders shared about the importance of teaching our students to regulate emotions and master skillful deliberation, cognitive flexibility, creativity and empathy including insight into:
- Endorsement of teaching Executive Function and Social Emotional Learning Skills in Secondary Education
- Value proposition for incorporating EF / SEL into Middle and High School curriculum
- Benefits and outcomes related to teaching students critical reasoning and decision making skills
- Strategies for getting the buy-in and budget to implement an Executive Function curriculum to help your students achieve.