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Tue, Aug 13



FROM PLAY TO PLANNING: Strategies to Share the Development of Executive Function Skills in Young Learners

How soon can you start working on executive function skills? The early education field increasingly is recognizing the importance of developing young children's executive function (EF) skills to support working memory, self control, goal-directed behaviors and academic potential.

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Aug 13, 2024, 11:00 AM EDT


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 Our 360 Thinking Executive Function Method is now available to support the development of executive function skills in young children. This approach focuses on working memory, self-control, goal-directed behaviors, and academic potential and has been adapted for use in early childhood classrooms. By developing these fundamental skills in the early years, children will be better equipped to focus, hold, and work with information in mind, filter distractions, and shift flexibly to succeed in school. Our "STOP and PLAY" program offers a variety of strategies to integrate into dramatic play, therapy, and classroom activities to improve situational intelligence, mental imagination, working memory, visual future thinking, time awareness, task visualization, self-regulation, metacognition, and cognitive flexibility.

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