Executive Function Supports for Students: Learning For All
October 20 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pmFree
Do you have students you would describe as disorganized and inattentive, smart but scattered? If you are in search of strategies for self-management, working memory, task initiation, time management, emotional and behavioral regulation, and other executive function skills, attend this full-day, in-person professional learning on the inclusive and High Leverage Practice 14, Teaching Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies. This professional learning opportunity is presented by the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education. Attendees are asked to bring an electronic device (tablet, laptop).
The session will be held in the APSRC Training Center, Suite 375, 1401 Est Capitol Ave., Little Rock. Parking is available in a garage located on 6th Street, which runs parallel to Capitol Avenue. The garage is connected to the Victory Building via a second-floor walkway. You will need $6 to cover all-day parking or $2 per hour for hourly parking. Metered parking is also available.
Presenters: Laura McCammon, Bonnie Boaz, Becky Bell, and Amy Goddard, DESE.