7 Ways to Strengthen Executive Function Skills
Child development, Executive function, Mental health, Student achievement, Student engagement
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In your classroom, you probably have at least a few students who need help with executive function—the skills that affect their ability to organize, complete homework, manage time, regulate emotions, keep impulses in check, and more. These frontal-lobe skills don’t fully develop until most students reach young adulthood, but you can help in the meantime with a few specific instructional strategies.
Here are 7 practical suggestions adapted from Christopher Kaufman’s book, Executive Function in the Classroom. Give them a try and see if they help boost your students’ executive function skills.Read The Blog Post