Do you have students who do their assignments, but can’t remember to turn them in? Or maybe they want to get better test scores, but they can’t seem to initiate studying at home. Maybe they don’t even know what good study habits look like?
Chances are good your students are struggling with executive function.
I have a few of these students myself. As a matter of fact, most of my students have some sort of executive function challenge.
That’s why I’ve created and shared this free workbook of executive function resources. This downloadable PDF has detailed teacher instructions and templates for teaching students to make their own homework plans, organize test preparation, and overcome emotional frustrations.
This 10-page workbook includes 3 activities which support planning, time management, and emotional regulation:
- Activity 1 – Homework: Creating A Daily Plan
- Activity 2 – Emotions: Finding Solutions
- Activity 3 – Tests: Planning For Success
In case you missed it, in my recent interview with educational therapist, Pamm Scribner, we discuss executive function in detail, including lots of strategies and tips for supporting these different learners.
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