Learn To Teach Executive Functions
       
  








A FREE 5-Part Webinar Series

  • Engage all students and reduce off-task behaviors
  • Equip students with executive functioning skills
  • Address learning losses resulting from the pandemic
  • Model for students how to create a course portfolio
  • Learn to teach like a champion!
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    Executive Functioning Skills are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. They lay the foundation for learning!
    Executive Functions are best learned when students can see them modeled and get daily practice employing them. Additionally, students are likely to take the risks inherent to learning when they are in a predictable learning environment.

    Meet Your Instructor - Mitch Weathers

    Mitch Weathers is an award winning teacher, speaker, adjunct professor, and creator of Organized Binder. He believes deeply that students are successful when learning in predictable environments. His program equips educators with an instructional protocol to establish a daily routine that gives students practice with and daily modeling of executive functioning skills. Join this webinar series to learn all about it!
    “For students who need to learn how to be a 'student', i.e. how to approach schooling in a classroom setting with a disciplined sense of time, task and effort, this work is absolutely invaluable. I have seen the effect of its use in classes with teens who haven't yet built an organized approach to their own lives, and the effect is class settings with an atmosphere of order and task accomplishment.”

    Jean Lythcott Ph.D - Stanford University Teacher Education Program

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