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Executive Functioning in the Classroom has been designed to help teachers understand the term ‘executive functioning’ and learn how to support executive function in a learning environment. This workshop will provide teachers and other participants with the information to identify what executive functioning skills are required for learning and common behaviours that teachers may see when there is an executive functioning weakness or deficit. Participants will be provided with extensive strategies to develop individual executive functioning skills that will support their learners’ engagement and participation towards learning outcomes.

Workshop Objectives include:

  • Understand the term ‘Executive Functioning’.
  • Identify and understand the subskills that comprise Executive Functioning.
  • Understand the Executive Functioning skills required for classroom engagement.
  • Identify the behaviours that demonstrate executive functioning challenges in the classroom.
  • Identify strategies that will support learners with Executive Functioning challenges.

Registered participants will receive:

  • 4 weeks of access to pre-recorded workshop from date of registration and payment via Participant Login.
  • A copy of the presentation slides
  • Supporting handouts and resources
  • TQI Accreditation 3 Hours
  • Opportunity to provide feedback via Survey (required for TQI)

Please submit your registration using the form at the bottom of this page.

Pre Recorded Workshop is available for 4 weeks from registration and payment via Participant Login.Cost: $80

What are people saying about this workshop?

“Very satisfied as it not only clearly defined Executive Function but also gave useful strategies to use in the classroom.”

“It was a great workshop…the supporting handout will help me to go over it and really get the most out of it.”

“Very satisfied. I liked the fact that we had an option to just listen or listen and make notes. The notes are really helpful to refer back to.”