Optimizing Executive Function means building our children’s social-emotional competence: the wind beneath their wings!
Join Sucheta Kamath, CEO & Founder of ExQ, and her collaborator, Dr. Debra Krodman-Collins, psychologist and co-author of the S.T.O.P. and Relax© yoga-based self-calming curriculum, for a discussion showing how all learning is social-emotional, requiring effortful skill building of our Executive Function skills.
Teaching SEL: Powering up students with social-emotional and Executive Function know-how
There is a general agreement in the field of neuroscience and cognitive psychology that Executive Function is comprised of three pivotal components: Working Memory, Inhibitory Control, and Cognitive Flexibility. Not only are these components central to Executive Functioning, but it is important to highlight how they directly connect to SEL.
Download our white paper and learn more about the value and importance of teaching SEL and Executive Function.
Please share a little about you and your role, and an ExQ team member will reach out to you to set up a time to talk!
We look forward to meeting you and learning about your school’s or district’s SEL and Executive Function goals.