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Executive Functioning: Accountability for Today's Students

Ends Mar 11, 2021
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Executive Functioning: Accountability for Today's Students

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

6:00 - 8:00 pm Mountain Time (+2 EST, -1 PST)

About This Webinar

Executive Functioning refers to a critical set of skills that students must master in order to achieve personal and professional success. 

This webinar is offered for 2 clock hours of synchronous attendance.

Objectives

  1. Identify the general skills necessary for student success
  2. Define executive functioning
  3. Identify the primary executive functions
  4. Describe executive dysfunction
  5. Discuss strategies and interventions for executive function skills
 

Faculty Introduction

Dr. Wendy St. James, PhD

Dr. St. James has been an educator in Washington, D.C., Virginia, and the Salt Lake City area for the past 25 years. She has been a teacher, a school counselor at the elementary, middle, and high school levels (including a local residential treatment center), and is now an assistant principal in the Park City School District. She earned her B.A. in Psychology at the University of Michigan, M.A. in School Counseling at George Washington University, and her Ph.D. in Teaching and Learning at the University of Utah. She has taught Aggression Replacement Training for the Salt Lake Couty courts and School Counseling in the Master’s of School Counseling at the University of Phoenix. She will begin teaching at the Rocky Mountain University School Counseling Program in March 2021. She is raising three children and has been “Mom” to countless teens over the years.

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