Developing strong executive function strategies and learning how to learn provides students with a strong foundation for learning and promotes academic and life success. The mission of the Research Institute for Learning and Development, a 501(c)3 non-profit, is simple: Empower students to understand their own learning profile so they can develop the persistence and resilience they need to succeed in school and in life. There is a path to success for ALL students!!! More Info
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Join us for 4 hours of executive function professional development designed to introduce educators to the SMARTS Executive Function curriculum. This training will take place across two live online trainings. […]
Executive function and social emotional learning are increasingly recognized as the foundation of successful learning for all students, but especially students with learning differences, ADHD, and dyslexia. But how can educators apply the latest research to help students cope with academic demands as well as increasing stress and anxiety? This year’s conference will emphasize practical strategies educators can use to support students from elementary school through middle and high school, preparing them for a lifetime of success.
Join educators and other professionals from around the world as we learn practical approaches for teaching executive function strategies across the grades and content areas.