Empower all students to succeed with our new guide based on the science of learning.
No matter what grade or subject you teach, your students need strong executive function skills to learn effectively. Now more than ever, the science of learning is proving how extensively executive functions impact academic skill-building, emotional regulation, and overall success.
Our new guide for educators distills the latest neuroscience research behind executive function into actionable basics. You’ll get the background you need to understand how executive function impacts learning and classroom strategies to support students who struggle with their executive functions.
For example, how do you recognize when students need to work on executive functions in the classroom? Dr. Martha Burns, Carnegie Learning's Director of Neuroscience Education, explains in a recent webinar on the science of learning which executive functions correspond to student struggles with remembering, regulating, focusing, and following multi-step instructions.
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