Universal Design and Executive Function: Tiered Instruction to Support the Needs of ALL Learners

$149.00

Thursday, March 2nd, 2023; 4:00-5:45 pm EST

Executive function strategies are the key to successful learning for all students, yet different populations of students benefit from different levels of support. In this presentation, we will use the principles of UDL and tiered instruction to discuss how to support the success of students across grades and learning settings.

Universal Design and Executive Function: Tiered Instruction to Support the Needs of ALL Learners

Presented by: Michael Greschler, M.Ed., & Jessica Chiusolo, M.Ed.

Whether the setting is special education, general content, English Language instruction or talented and gifted, all students benefit from executive function strategy instruction. However, not all students require the same level of support, and teachers in various settings vary in terms of the amount of time they can dedicate to EF instruction. In this workshop, we will use the principles of Universal Design for Learning to explore the fundamental importance of executive function in teaching and learning across student populations.  In breakout rooms, attendees will learn hands-on strategies and practice differentiating them using a tiered model (e.g., MTSS) as a way to differentiate EF supports across settings, ensuring that each student receives access to the resources they need.

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