Our resources emphasize the importance of executive function learning strategies for all students, including those with learning differences and ADHD.
Our publications and executive function resources emphasize the importance of executive function learning strategies for all students, including those with learning differences and ADHD. ResearchILD produces publications that are full of research and hands-on executive function strategies to support students with and without learning differences. Check out our offerings below and stay tuned for our next release!
Promoting Executive Function in the Classroom
Lynn Meltzer, Ph.D. (Editor); With chapters by ResearchILD staff: Kalyani Krishnan, Judi Stein, Melissa Feller; Donna Kincaid; Nancy Trautman; Surina Basho; Melissa Orkin and others — Guilford Press, April 2018
This groundbreaking volume, now revised and updated, has given thousands of educators and clinicians a deeper understanding of executive function (EF) processes in typically developing children and those with learning difficulties and developmental disabilities. The book elucidates how PreK–12 students develop such key capacities as goal setting, organization, cognitive flexibility, working memory, and self-monitoring. Leading experts in education, neuroscience, and psychology explore the links between EF and academic performance and present practical applications for assessment and instruction. Exemplary practices for supporting students with EF difficulties in particular content areas—reading, writing, and math—are reviewed.
Executive Function in the Classroom
Lynn Meltzer, Ph.D. (Editor); With chapters by ResearchILD staff: Bethany Roditi Ph.D., Judi Stein, Kalyani Krishnan, Joan Steinberg and Laura Sales Pollica — Guilford Press, Spring 2007
Accessible and practical, this book helps teachers incorporate executive function processes—such as planning, organizing, prioritizing, and self-checking—into the classroom curriculum. Chapters provide effective strategies for optimizing what K–12 students learn by improving how they learn. Noted authority Lynn Meltzer and her research associates present a wealth of easy-to-implement assessment tools, teaching techniques and activities, and planning aids. Featuring numerous whole-class ideas and suggestions, the book also shows how to differentiate instruction for students with learning or attention difficulties. Case examples illustrate individualized teaching strategies and classroom accommodations. More than a dozen reproducibles are included; the large-size format facilitates photocopying and day-to-day reference. Purchasers also get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.
The Power of Peers in the Classroom
Lynn Meltzer, Ph.D., Editor with Karen Harris – Guilford Press 2015.
Peer support and social relationships have a tremendous influence on development, motivation, and achievement for all students, including struggling learners and those with disabilities. This highly practical book is one of the few resources available to guide classroom teachers and special educators in the application of peer-assisted instructional strategies in grades K-12. Expert contributors describe evidence-based approaches for building students’ skills in reading, writing, math, and other content areas, as well as social competence and executive functioning. Sample lessons and more than a dozen reproducible tools are provided. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials. This title is part of the What Works for Special-Needs Learners Series, edited by Karen R. Harris and Steve Graham.
ResearchILD hosts webinars and podcasts throughout the year chockful of research and hands-on executive function strategies to support students with and without learning differences. Check out our free offerings below or visit our YouTube channel and stay tuned for our next online event!
Visit our you-tube channel to see our collection of videos on topics related to executive function, metacognition, dyslexia, and a host of other topics! If you are looking for something specific and don’t find it there, feel free to reach out and we can help you find the resources you need.
In this first V-Log, we look at procrastination and perfectionism. On the surface they seem to have little in common. The two, however, can be intimately related, especially for students with ADHD or dyslexia. Learn more about this topic and access some resources for addressing the issue.
Elizabeth Ross, M.S. ResearchILD’s SMARTS Executive Function Program team
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