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Sat, Jan 27

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Webinar

The 360 Thinking Model: Practical Strategies to Improve Executive Function Skills

This seminar is applicable to K-12 general and special education teachers, instructional coaches, and college instructors.

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The 360 Thinking Model: Practical Strategies to Improve Executive Function Skills
The 360 Thinking Model: Practical Strategies to Improve Executive Function Skills

Time & Location

Jan 27, 2024, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Webinar

About the Event

Do you have students who are disorganized and may not have the materials they need or even turn in the homework they have completed? Or do you see students who struggle to initiate complex academic assignments, procrastinate and then run out of time to do their ‘best work’? Does it seem that they have an inability to breakdown the demands of an assignment and have a sense of how to start?

Whether your student needs to complete tasks, classwork, or homework, in this practical strategies seminar you will learn concrete tools to help students manage their attention, time, and materials to follow directions, plan, break down, and initiate the steps towards completing and closing out assignments. Help students keep pace to make timely transitions and follow routines. Tools will be given to help with the initiation of more open ended and complex assignments. Learn practical strategies to support students in developing independent executive function skills to self-regulate and manage impulses.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants will be able to:

  • Teach self-regulation and impulse control
  • Learn how to increase a student’s spatial temporal window or how far into the future they can see and sustain prospective planning
  • Improve organization of materials, papers, and personal belongings
  • Show students the process of how to plan work -even if it lasts more than an hour, or must be completed over days
  • Teach students how to break down complex tasks and assignments and then plan for, organize, and initiate tasks
  • Discover fresh approaches to help students increase motivation and decrease procrastination.

This seminar is applicable to K-12 general and special education teachers, instructional coaches, and college instructors.

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