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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

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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DR. KENNEY TO DO A WORKSHOP OR TRAINING IN YOUR DISTRICT, SCHOOL OR CLINICAL SETTING HERE IS THE CURRENT WORKSHOP MENU

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LEARN

  • 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.

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