Several Outreach resources are related to six aspects of executive function: activation, focus, effort, emotion, memory, and action.1 In addition, we’ll continue to organize the resources in relation to Landmark’s Six Teaching Principles™.
This resource focuses on strategies to activate students toward successful task completion by exploring reference tools, working on time management, and cueing students to empower them to begin a task, sustain effort, and complete work.
For the full text of the Landmark Teaching Principles™, including “Provide Opportunities for Success,” click here.
1 CHADD. Describing six aspects of a complex syndrome by Thomas E. Brown. Retrieved August 19, 2013 from http://www.chadd.org/Understanding-ADHD/Executive-Functions-Six-Aspects.aspx
Executive Function and Activation: References
These references help students better begin a task, manage their time, and successfully complete each assignment.Download
Executive Function and Activation: Time Management
This strategy helps students better manage their time.Download
Executive Function and Activation: Cueing
These routines help students determine what they need and how to begin a task or move through a task.Download
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