Is it possible that executive function is the missing link to student achievement? Dr. Nancy Sulla thinks so and shares her view in a YouTube video and in her upcoming book, Building Executive Function: The Missing Link to Student Achievement. Dr. Sulla addresses executive function in terms of the skills needed for conscious control, engagement, empowerment, collaboration, efficacy, and leadership. She believes that schools can use activities, structures, and teacher facilitation to build executive function skills, resulting in achievement gains. Join her for a webinar on Tuesday May 2, 2017 at 2:00 PM EDT to hear more on the subject. We will reserve the last section of the webinar for Q&A and we look forward to your participation in the conversation.
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Dr. Nancy Sulla Blog Recent Posts
- An Empathy-Driven Design Process
- A Classroom is Like a Swimming Pool
- #LATICinsights: Using Data As Your Driver
- #LATICInsights: Teach Consensus-Building!
- The #LATIC-RTI-UDL Convergence
- Facilitation: It’s Not Data Gathering; It’s Teaching
- Standardized Testing Super Bowl Style
- Rigor Through Convergence: Next Gen Science, ELA, and Math Standards
- Technology Mindset Shift: From Means to End
- Three Levels of #LATIC Implementation
- #LATICinsights: Form Follows Function
- Meditation is to Teaching . . .
- #LATICinsights – Avoiding the No-Man’s Land of Innovation
- #LATICinsights: Social Learning Environments Accelerate Literacy Development
- Hour of Code for Raising Student Achievement
- #LATICinsights: Inspire Big; Teach Small
- #LATICinsights True North
- #LATICinsights: Protocols for Powerful Engagement
- #LATICinsights The Power of Understanding
- #LATICinsights: Cultivating Rigor