Students with a developing brain need careful supervision and guidance to build a strategic mind. It is the brain’s Executive Function skills that provide tools for effective self-assessment and intentional capacity for self-redirection. Considering that every child and educator is going through unprecedented times with looming unknowns, it has become even more critical that we highlight the process of intentional learning and strategic thinking so that educational experiences for our children become more meaningful.
Join Sucheta Kamath, CEO & Founder of ExQ, and her collaborator Dr. Lynn Meltzer, President of ResearchILD and creator of the SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum for a webinar on executive function. They will share their insights from the science of learning how to learn that can empower learners to connect with strategies that matter to them.
Join us and learn how to:
- Help learners assess their self-efficacy
- Apply the science of metacognition to develop strategies based on self-understanding and self-assessment
- Cultivate a community of learners who can adapt their learning approaches and subsequently enhance their learning experiences