JOIN THE ONLINE SUMMER INSTITUTE IN STRENGTHENING EXECUTIVE FUNCTION SKILLS JULY 17-2023 TO SEPTEMBER 17, 2023
Whether you have taken our courses or are new to cognitive skills coaching and classroom physical activity you will learn new research and activities to stimulate and strengthen self-regulation, self-control, attention, memory, cognitive flexibility, planning, organization, and impulse control; 12 Hours Professional Development, on-demand and Live online sessions.
STRENGTHEN EXECUTIVE FUNCTION SKILLS
Understand how to...
■ Screen for executive function challenges
■ Improve your student's memory & focused attention
■ Teach your students how to be the "Best Coaches" for their own brains
■ Use cognitive skills coaching activities to bolster self-regulation and impulse control in your students
■ Apply our CogniSuite cognitive-motor activities that require self-regulation, attention, memory, and self-control
■ Calm students in "the moment" with rhythmic heavy work activities
■ Help your students achieve self-regulation quickly and effectively
■ Incorporate cognitive-motor movement to help your students achieve a calm state of learning readiness
Understand the differences between executive function, executive function skills, and neurocognition.
Learn the research showing that executive function is a better predictor of achievement than is IQ.
Understand the biological precursors to better executive function, learning, and behavior.
Articulate the meaningful relationship between cognition and motor movement in learning and school achievement.
Learn to teach Cognitive Skill Coaching strategies to students.
Understand the relationship between The Science of Reading and cognitive-motor interventions.
Implement research-based cognitive coaching activities educators, teachers, and clinicians can use to improve thinking, self-regulation, learning, and behavior.
Practice proprietary cognitive-movement activities to help children with ADHD, ASD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, sensory processing challenges, dyspraxia, anxiety, and behavioral issues.