Learn it Today, Use it Tomorrow! Practical Cutting Edge Interventions for Improving Executive Function Skills in Students **Foundations Class

In this full-day training you will learn many strategies and techniques that you can bring to your classroom or practice that you can utilize immediately with your student/child with executive functioning deficits.

8:30-3:30 CST

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Learn it Today, Use it Tomorrow Master Class! Effective Interventions for Improving Executive Function Skills in Children/Students *Master Class

8-3:30 CST

This Master Class is for the professional who wants to learn more strategies and techniques, have advanced treatment examples, and become more knowledgeable of the scope and sequence to implement executive function strategies. Immerse yourself in the entire 360 Thinking Executive function curriculum. Learn best practices to get students motivated, focused, organized and performing closer to their true potential. Understand where to start, what goals to set for your client, and have the opportunity to make and practice implementing a Toolbox of Strategies for teaching executive function skills. We will address at an advanced level how to teach students to channel their motivation and go from Intention to Action by creating and carrying out plans and to sustain forethought for task planning across hourly and extended time horizons. Learn systematic ways to develop a student’s situational intelligence and self-regulation. Understand the relationship between speed of processing and executive function and learn practical strategies to improve written expression, abstract thinking/problem solving and figurative language skills. Full of hands on experiential exercises and interactive case studies, you will take away practical strategies and reproducible handouts that are instantly usable upon your return to the clinic, classroom or home. Don’t miss out this course it will fill up fast!

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Processing Speed and Executive Function Skills

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
12:30PM – 3:00PM EST

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  • Live Webinar

2.5 contact hours

Credit hours
0.25 ASHA CEUs, 0.25 AOTA CEUs, 2.5 NBCOT PDUs, 2.5 CTLE credit hours, 2.5 CEUs for NY social workers

(This program is offered for 0.25 ASHA CEUs Intermediate  Level, Professional area).

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Target Audience
SLPs, OTs, OTAs, social workers, special educators, educators, any professional working with children

Tuesday, 09. February 2021 - 12:00

Practical Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement: Reducing Anxiety and Increasing Executive Functioning Skills

Learn how to Increase Student Engagement by Reducing Anxiety and Increasing Executive Functioning Skills
Speakers: Jessica Minahan and Sarah Ward
A Live and On-Demand Two-Part Webinar
Two Days of Learning
Session 1: Monday, February 22, 3:30-5:30 pm EST
Session 2: Wednesday, March 3, 3:30-5:30 pm EST
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Sarah and Jessica are finally coming together to combine their expertise to present the relationship between Executive Function and Anxiety and to offer practical strategies for improving student engagement. 
With over 30 percent of students presenting with anxiety, overwhelmed adults require a new approach as well as a practical and easy-to-implement toolkit of strategies that work. It is probable that during a pandemic that heavily impacts everyday life, levels of anxiety in children and teens are even higher, and the possibility of subsequent trauma greater. 
Overwhelming, negative, and inaccurate thoughts can contribute to student disengagement. When this is the case, traditional suggestions such as incentives, offering breaks, a graphic organizer, or even checklists will not help the student initiate an activity. Practical classroom strategies that specifically target improvement in accurate perception, self-monitoring, self-regulation are essential. We will offer a way to teach these skills without causing student dependence.
Sarah and Jessica will share easy to implement preventive tools, strategies, and interventions for increasing student engagement. Through the use of case studies, humorous stories, and examples of everyday challenging situations, Sarah Ward and Jessica Minahan will combine their expertise to help participants learn the best ways to build skills in students to reduce anxiety and improve executive functioning, accurate thinking, self-monitoring, and initiation. Virtual classroom and traditional classroom examples will be shared.