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Friday, February 28 • 12:30pm - 3:00pm
Promoting Success in Learning: AHS Professional Learning Session PREREG REQUIRED!

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Executive function skills are mental processes that we use every day to engage in purposeful behaviour such as following directions and remembering information. Deficits in executive functioning affect a student's ability to learn. In this session: - learn about the ways that executive function skills are important for success in school and in life - identify the warning signs of executive function difficulties - explore the core executive functions of inhibition, working memory, and mental flexibility - build strategies to support students with executive functioning difficulties

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avatar for Rod Snaterse

Rod Snaterse

Educator, Alberta Health Services
Rod Snaterse is an Educator for Alberta Health Services in the department of Children, Youth & Families Addiction & Mental Health. In this role, he provides both professional development and caregiver education sessions with the aim to increase awareness and understanding of mental... Read More →


Friday February 28, 2020 12:30pm - 3:00pm
Westin (Yukon Room) 10135 100 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 0N7
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