Level 1. Introduction to Executive Function in the Classroom
Did you ever wonder how to help the student who rarely completes homework, does everything at the last minute, and does not seem to be working at their intellectual level? Contrary to common belief, students with executive function challenges do not choose to behave this way. Rather, “Kids do well if they can” (Greene, 2009), and it is our responsibility as educators to find out what is in the way and show them how to get past it. This workshop will delve into what lays behind executive function (EF) challenges and what you can do to help students change these patterns. Theory, strategies, templates, and assessments will be presented using an interactive approach.
- ONE-DAY WORKSHOP – UPCOMING DATES:
- • Thursday, January 20 & Thursday, January 27, 2022 – 6:00 to 9:00 pm
Format: In-person at Fraser Academy
2294 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
- This course is intended for practicing educators such as teachers and tutors.
- $285 regular; $250 Early bird if registered 2 months before.
APPLY NOWApplication deadline is one-week prior to start date.
Thank you so much for your time, efforts, sharing of knowledge and expertise today. Your workshop was amazing, and I plan to use many of the strategies shared. I hope to start implementing it immediately.Kelley F., St. George's School Teacher
About the Instructor
Jo Stebbings, MA
Director, Program Development
Jo Stebbings is currently the Director of Program Development at FAx. A Learning Specialist for 20 years, and former Director of Learning Services, she has a Masters in Leadership, and is a Certified Educational Therapist, Dyslexia Therapist, and OG Tutor Associate. Ms. Stebbings is the co-creator of Fraser Academy’s school-wide executive functioning (EF) curriculum and has presented on EF at the Westcoast Executive Functioning Conference in California and the ResearchILD’s Learning Differences Conference at Harvard Graduate School.
About the Instructor
Erin Kline, M.Ed, MBA
Executive Director, FAx
Erin Kline is the Executive Director of FAx (Fraser Academy’s Outreach Center) and worked at Fraser Academy in a variety of teaching and leadership roles since 2004. She is a curriculum development specialist and certified OG instructor. She has presented at a variety of national and international conferences on differentiation and personalized learning.