The key things you need to know about what executive function is and how to support it in children. For more resources on executive function head to our website www.theeducationhub.org.nz.
A short introduction to executive function
An exploration of the different skills that make up executive function, and how to develop them in primary school classrooms.
A closer look at some strategies for helping students in Years 1-4 develop their executive function skills.
A range of games and activities to support students in Years 5-8 to build their executive function skills.
Approaches for supporting secondary school students to consciously build and hone their executive function skills.
Ideas for helping young children to develop their executive function skills though play.
Approaches for supporting infants and toddlers to build their executive function skills in the crucial early months and years of life.
Key insights from our webinar with Professor Megan McClelland and Dr Shauna Tominey
The key things you need to know about what executive function is and how to support it in children.
How to support and promote essential executive function skills in secondary school classrooms.
An overview of executive function, why it’s important, and how it can be supported and developed at primary school.
Dr Megan McClelland and Dr Shauna Tominey discuss executive function – the skills that help us to plan, focus, regulate our behavior, remember instructions and complete tasks.
An explanation of what we mean by executive function and why it’s important, along with some practical and readily usable strategies for building executive function in young children.