The Executive Function Guidebook
Strategies to Help All Students Achieve Success
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Teach some of the most important skills your students will ever need!
"Please, try harder." "Please, pay attention." "Please, behave." Most students want to do what it takes to succeed, but sometimes that’s easier said than done. Executive function skills such as self-regulation, focus, planning, and time management must be taught, and they take practice. When you work on them in class, you give students the tools they need to not only learn but also monitor themselves.
Teaching executive function skills in your classroom doesn’t have to be difficult. This unique guidebook—designed with busy teachers in mind—introduces a flexible seven-step model that incorporates Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles and the use of metacognition. Features include
Whether you teach kindergarten, high school, or anything in between, you can make executive function training part of your teaching. As students’ proficiencies improve, you will see their confidence and capability increase—setting the stage for their success in school and in life.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||154433883X, 9781544338835, 9781544379289, 9781544379289|
|Number of Pages||320|