EF Essentials Session 4: Procrastination, Focus, and Distraction

$149.00

How do we help students overcome procrastination and distraction and use executive function strategies to stay focused?  This workshop will teach educators, and coaches how to help students develop effective executive function strategies, stay motivated, and reduce procrastination.

Presented by: Shelly Levy, M.Ed., M.S. and Joan Steinberg, M.Ed.

Date/time: March 5, 2024, 3:30-5:30 P.M. EST 


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Description

Procrastination, Focus, and Distraction

Presented by: Shelly Levy, M.Ed., M.S. and Joan Steinberg, M.Ed.

Date/time: March 5, 2024, 3:30-5:30 P.M. EST 

Students who struggle with procrastination or struggle to maintain their focus are often unable to utilize the executive function strategies they need to stay engaged. They may lack the self-understanding to identify why they are procrastinating or what strategies they can use to overcome distraction and get back on track. 

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. We will develop a more nuanced appreciation for understanding student’s procrastination and fluctuating motivation. Through hands-on and interactive 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.