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"As an administrator who works with students who have a variety of emotional and behavioral issues, understanding executive functioning is an important part of reaching some of my toughest students. We cannot always assume that the inside and outside of a student are working in sync. This book offers a lot of insight to students’ difficulties with day-to-day tasks and provides easy-to-implement strategies."
"The Executive Function Guidebook addresses specific tasks that are problematic for students and that often lead to behaviors, frustrations, meltdowns, and a sense of failure. The authors offer practical steps and tips for general and special educators and provide curricular tools such as strategy cards, illustrations, and data collection forms (to name just a few), making this book a complete package that will encourage teachers to address the needs of their students."
“The authors have designed a clear, multi-step approach for teaching executive function skills that is based on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), so that educators can integrate the strategies into their typical instruction with ease. The inclusion of case studies and checklists provides a roadmap for effective implementation.”
"I struggle with helping my students be successful in class. There are always students who lack focus, don’t turn in their homework, or have trouble writing. They shut down, and it becomes a struggle to get them to move toward success. The Executive Function Guidebook destroys those barriers, making struggles manageable. and allowing for success for each individual learner. Students will learn to focus through clear strategies and metacognition.
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