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Enhancing Mental Health and Executive Function in Schools

The Connection Between Mental Health and Executive Function Supporting mental health in schools has become increasingly important. Educators and administrators are more and more aware of the profound impact mental health has on students’ academic performance and overall well-being. One key area of focus is the development of executive function, which is essential for students…

Online PD for Igniting Professional Growth

Online PD for Igniting Professional Growth

Updated: June 27, 2024 Continuing Professional Learning Amid the Sunshine Summer break offers educators a unique opportunity to engage in flexible, uninterrupted professional development, free from the day-to-day pressures of the academic year. When you invest time in your teachers’ growth and learning, they can return to the classroom rejuvenated, equipped with fresh perspectives, and…

Executive Function: The Pathway to Student Achievement

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Developing Executive Function in Classrooms As Dr. Nancy Sulla states, “imagine if you could flip a switch for students and have them experience academic success, emotional wellness, strong social interactions, and solid behavioral habits. Sounds like an educator’s dream come true! Well, it’s not that far-fetched.” That powerful light switch is executive function. It is…

Boosting Student Engagement In Schools with Executive Function 

Boosting student engagement with Executive Function

The Dilemma of Low Student Engagement Classrooms have changed immensely over the past few years, from curricular needs, to social and emotional development, to state mandates. A pressing concern looms over classrooms worldwide: the disengagement of students. The correlation between lack of student engagement and low academic achievement has become a prevalent issue, challenging educators…