Every day in classrooms, educators establish routines, model positive social behaviour, and develop and maintain caring relationships which help to facilitate the development of students’ executive functioning skills. These skills are the processes that help us to plan, focus, retain instruction, and multitask. We know that these skills are further developed and enhanced through repeated practise (Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University, 2017).

Keeping Track of Things

Division: Junior & Intermediary
Purpose: When students develop organizational skills, they are better able to keep track of information and materials, especially the things they need every day.

Work That Memory

Division: All
Purpose: Working Memory is an executive function responsible for holding, processing, and manipulating the information required to carry out complex cognitive tasks such as learning, reasoning, and comprehension.

Stop, Think, Go

Division: All
Purpose: To help develop problem solving skills.

Solve That Problem

Division: All
Purpose: To help students develop better problem solving skills.

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