Social-Emotional Learning, Executive Function, and Self-Regulation
Presented by: Michael Greschler, M.Ed. and Caitlin Vanderberg, M.Ed.
Students who struggle with stress, anxiety, fear, and depression often struggle in school. They may only make minimal effort as they cling to inefficient strategies and succumb to exaggerated fears and worries about their abilities. When students struggle with executive function, they are unable or unwilling to work independently, and they give up easily. In this session, attendees will explore the relationship between emotion and executive function, as well as ways of teaching EF strategies in order to promote emotional regulation. Attendees will develop a more nuanced appreciation for the impact of negative emotions on students’ performance and 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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