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Wednesday, April 25 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Teaching Executive Function Skills Across the Curriculum

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This workshop will introduce you to neuroscience research and how they correlate to classroom applications in areas of executive function and memory consolidation. Participants will learn the basic neuroscience of learning resulting in the development of the executive function skills necessary for new information to become long term memory. The session will be divided into three sections; Understanding what happens in the brain process for new to learning to occur, teaching strategies based on neuroscience that support learning and, how these strategies fit into the UDL classroom.

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Dr. Susan Simmons

Dr. Simmons is a passionate UDL Enthusiast. She came to UDL from her many years as an Assistive Technology Specialist and Teacher. She has been a public school teacher, and administrator (Program Specialist), a college instructor as well as Education Specialist and Professional Development... Read More →


Wednesday April 25, 2018 1:00pm - 4:00pm
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