Our children are living through a pandemic, which means they are experiencing unprecedented and challenging times marked by unpredictability and unknowns. As educators begin to evaluate their plans for re-entry into school, considerations must be given to how children will be given an opportunity to work through this crisis by discovering their personal strengths, learning specific processes to tackle faux-pas or failures, and connecting with others through a common purpose. By focusing effort on explicitly building executive function skills and social-interpersonal connectivity, we all can intentionally help learners regain their bearing as they tackle the new norms of a persistent pandemic.
Join Sucheta Kamath, CEO & Founder of ExQ, and her collaborator Dr. Peg Dawson, Ph.D., author of Smart but Scattered for a webinar where they will discuss how to build a pro-EF culture while implementing realistic and effective stress-busting strategies to help kids become more engaged and self-regulated learners.
Join us and learn how to:
- Unveil the hidden executive function curriculum that often lies dormant during normal learning conditions.
- Apply an Executive Function framework to reach and teach students.
- Strengthen social, emotional, and interpersonal skills to nurture relationships between teachers and students, as well as among students, to allow sharing, collaboration, and teamwork.
- Cultivate an EF Culture to help students identify their place in the learning community.