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Sucheta Kamath, Founder & CEO, ExQ® will be joined by expert panelists to launch an exclusive master class called “Leading Education with Executive Function ” a Continuing Education Certification Webinar Series for Educational Leaders. Her guests in this session include:
Horacio Sanchez, President & CEO, Resiliency Inc.
Horacio Sanchez is a highly sought-after speaker and educational consultant, helping schools learn to apply neuroscience to improve educational outcomes. He presents on diverse topics such as overcoming the impact of poverty, improving school climate, engaging in brain-based instruction, and addressing issues related to implicit bias. He is recognized as one of the nation’s leading authorities on resiliency and applied brain science. Horacio has been a teacher, administrator, clinician, mental health director, and consultant to school districts across the United States. Horacio sits on True Health Initiative Council of Directors, a coalition of more than 250 world-renowned health experts, committed to educating on proven principles of lifestyle as medicine. He is the author of the best-selling book, The Education Revolution, which applies brain science to improve instruction, behaviors, and school climate. His new book, The Poverty Problem, explains how education can promote resilience and counter poverty’s impact on brain development and functioning.
Stephanie M. Carlson, Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota
She is Co-founder of Reflection Sciences Inc. and Reflective Performance Inc. Dr. Carlson is an internationally recognized leader in the study of executive function (brain basis of self-control). She has developed innovative ways of measuring executive function in young children and, in 2014, co-founded Reflection Sciences, which provides Executive Function assessment (ages 2+) and surrounding services to educators. In 2021, she co-founded Reflective Performance, which brings insights on executive function to workforce development.
The series is designed to bring together public and private school leaders, teachers, researchers, policymakers, and change makers to address specific topics connected to Executive Function including engagement, technology, diversity, equity, and inclusion–all critical in the academic, social, and emotional success of our students. The webinar discussions is moderated by Sucheta, and the Full PreFrontal panelists are asked to share diverse perspectives about the neuroscience of Executive Function in lifelong learning and meaningful lives. They also talk about their recent book publications in the sphere of mindfulness, social-emotional learning, and the lifelong practice of honing our Executive Function skills.
- Part One of a four part series.
- Earn a Certification Leading Education with Executive Function.