The Executive Function Conference will take place on October 20, 2017. This year’s conference, titled, “Executive Function and Emotional Regulation: Promoting student engagement and academic success” will focus on practical strategies for teaching executive function skills in your classroom, to keep your students engaged and successful in and out of the classroom. This conference is ideal for educators and academic support professionals interested in learning strategies that support the success of all students. Sign up now!
ResearchILD’s SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum is a unique, innovative tool for teaching executive function strategies, promoting metacognition, and empowering all students to be strategic and self-director learners. This two day workshop, August 10-11, 2017, will provide educators with an understanding of the theory and research behind SMARTS as well as introducing practical solutions for their classrooms or schools. Attendees will participate in a“Best of SMARTS” series and will learn practical strategies they can implement across grades and content areas. Sign up here.
Annual Learning Differences Conference
The Learning Differences Conference, founded 32 years ago by Dr. Lynn Meltzer, was held on Friday and Saturday, March 10-11, 2017. Stay tuned for announcements on next year’s conference.