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Executive dysfunction : effective strategies & interventions for children and adolescents

Author: Susan Fralick-Ball
Publisher: Eau Claire, WI : PESI Inc., 2013.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : English
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Proven strategies, skill building and treatment interventions for the child/adolescent who has difficulty getting organized at home and school, can't understand or recall directions, does not appear to live up to his or her potential, can't monitor behavior and is inconsistent from day to day, needs time management skills, can't finish homework or projects. The frontal lobes of the brain, which are largely  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Educational films
Filmed lectures
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Fralick-Ball
OCLC Number: 1003363182
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Title from resource description page (viewed August 18, 2017).
Description: 1 online resource (122 min.)
Responsibility: [presented by Susan Fralick-Ball].

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Proven strategies, skill building and treatment interventions for the child/adolescent who has difficulty getting organized at home and school, can't understand or recall directions, does not appear to live up to his or her potential, can't monitor behavior and is inconsistent from day to day, needs time management skills, can't finish homework or projects. The frontal lobes of the brain, which are largely responsible for the adequate performance of executive functions, are the last to fully mature in childhood development. Children with inattention, poor planning and organizational skills, memory deficits, emotional instability and poor self-monitoring are at risk for academic underachievement and socialization/behavioral difficulties. They may be deemed "lazy", "forgetful", "confused" and "inconsistent". Their learning often suffers from behaviorally-based actions that can be shared and developed in and out of the classroom. Children and adolescents with executive dysfunction are frequently brighter than their academic performance suggests. Through the use of case studies and interactive discussion of executive functioning, Dr. Susan Fralick-Ball will provide you with practical, effective and easily adaptable skill building techniques for children and adolescents with executive dysfunction. You will learn the latest evidence-based treatment strategies for behavioral and academic achievement. Learn how you can intervene and help overcome fear and anxiety when homework is missing, late, incomplete, or just way off-base. Discover how to guide initiation and follow through with assignments and projects. Help your students work through problems with a sequential, logical method. Leave this seminar with classroom strategies to help children and adolescents achieve their full academic and social potentials. This seminar addresses: the focusing, attention, organizational and self-monitoring difficulties of students with executive dysfunction, Offers Strategies to help children achieve their full academic and social potentials, Skills for improved flexibility, confidence and time management, Utilizes The latest, evidence-based treatment strategies for behavioral and academic achievement, A humanistic approach to a frustrating set of dysfunctional problems, Practical, effective and easily adaptable skill building for students with executive dysfunction. OBJECTIVES: Explain the neurobiological basis of executive dysfunctions. Describe the process of mental control necessary for student success. Summarize the 10 primary executive functions. Recognize classroom and social manifestations of difficulty with executive dysfunction. Identify conditions associated with problems of executive dysfunction. Accept and utilize practical guidelines for setting realistic expectations for children with executive dysfunction. Add strategies and skill building to your tool chest.

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