Motivation, Procrastination, and Goal Setting: Promoting Independent Learning in Students

$129.00

Thursday, Aug 5th, 2021, 3:30-5:30 PM EST

What is the relationship between motivation, engagement, and executive function? Join us to learn how to use executive function strategies to promote students who can overcome procrastination and utilize executive function strategies independently in their work.

Motivation, Procrastination, and Goal Setting: Promoting Independent Learning in Students

Presented by: Michael Greschler, M.Ed., Director of SMARTS

Motivation is an essential component of learning. When students struggle with laziness,  procrastination, or low effort, they are often unable to utilize the executive function strategies they need to stay engaged. When students struggle with executive function, they are unable or unwilling to work independently. In this training, attendees will explore the impact of motivation and engagement on students’ use of executive function strategies, as well as how to use EF strategies as a way to promote motivation and engagement with learning. Through hands-on activities, we will learn to teach executive function strategies in a way that addresses engagement and motivation, empowering students to be more independent and successful.

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