Building Executive Function Skills in the Classroom:
Online Professional Course
Are you frustrated with the challenge of helping students with Executive Functioning (EF) deficits and ADHD?
In this online, self-paced course, Marydee Sklar will foster a deep understanding of the brain to help you develop your students’ executive function skills.
The Building Executive Function Skills in the Classroom course is designed to help you:
January 18, 2021 - March 28, 2021
Includes Two Live Session Dates:
There are two textbooks required for college credit students and highly recommended for non-credit students. The readings will enhance your experience of the course and be great resources in the future.??
?Kaufman, Christopher (2010). Executive Function in the Classroom: Practical Strategies for Improving Performance and Enhancing Skills for All Students. Brooks Publishing
Sousa, D. (2017). How the Brain Learns (5th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press
*This price does NOT include college credit. If you are interested in earning 2 graduate level credits (an additional $55 per credit) for this course, please register through our accrediting agency, Seattle Pacific University via the button below.
All students who complete this course will receive a certificate of completion which you may choose to use for professional development credit.
I have never learned so much from a course as I have from this one, thanks to you. I am truly excited to share what I have learned and how it has transformed me as an educator. Thank you for enriching my life both professionally and personally.
Instructional video recordings will be made available via our secure, online classroom for one year after your enrollment is processed.
Complete written assignments and add your impressions, questions and reflections to the online classroom.
Complete the course with clear, well-defined goals and strategies to apply in your classroom.
Course content will include:
Please Note: There are some overlapping concepts from the Teaching Seeing My Time program woven throughout this course, though each is a stand alone class.
The Building Executive Function Skills in the Classroom course is wonderful! I think the term I've used is "game changer" with district administration. You've done such a great job taking the incredibly complex world of neuroscience and making it accessible and practical for us all.
This course is available for two graduate level credits through Seattle Pacific University. Please register directly with SPU by clicking the link above. You do not need to register through EFS if you are seeking college credit.
The recordings for this course will be available for one year from the start date of the course.
To access the online classroom, you will receive a detailed email with instructions on how to log in. You will create a username and password, and then have access to all recordings, handouts and class discussion.
For those taking the course for credit: this class includes approximately 12 hours total of direct instruction, plus several hours per week spent on assignments and interactive class participation in our online classroom (hours will vary depending on your personal processing speed).
More specifically, participants should ensure they have approximately 3 to 5 hours per week set aside for this class. 1.5 hours per week of direct instruction, plus 2 - 4 hours for class reading, written assignments and class participation.
"Not only has the Building Executive Function Skills in the Classroom course provided a streamlined organizational process for our students, but the strategies learned guide our lesson planning across the curriculum. By far, this has been the most applicable and beneficial class we have taken as educators over the last 13 years. We look forward to continued success for our students and ourselves."