Helping Them Show What They Know: Improving Executive/Regulatory Functions "Virtual" - 29340
Executive functioning difficulties are evident in most conditions cared for by school psychologists and Educational Diagnosticians; therefore, staff must have a firm foundation in the topic. This discussion will focus on recent developments in our understanding of EF, including concepts and theory, assessment approaches, and -- most importantly -- evidence-based interventions for improving EF. This workshop will answer the following questions about EF: What is it? How do I assess for it? What can I do about it?
LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Psychologists, Teacher - Special Education, Diagnosticians
Virtual link will be sent out 3 days prior.
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