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Wednesday, January 13 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Executive Function and Social Emotional Development: Understanding the Relationship

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This session will provide families and professionals with activities and strategies that support components of Executive Function (EF) that relate to Social and Emotional development for children, birth to three, with diverse abilities. We will provide information on how components can be identified and strategies for teaching young children in across? environments. Participants will learn how to integrate key components of EF into everyday routines and activities.
  • Participants will have an understanding of EF and how it impacts a child’s social and emotional developmental trajectory based on research.
  • Participants will examine, practice and select strategies to strengthen EF skills (self-regulation, working memory, inhibit/emotional control, shifting, planning and organizing) that impact child’s social and emotional development.

Speakers
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Dr. Serra Acar

Project Coordinator, The Research Institute at Western Oregon University
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Patricia Blasco

Associate Fellow/ Associate Professor, Western Oregon University and Oregon Health Sciences University
Patti is a Senior Fellow at Western Oregon University (WOU), and at TRI, works through the Center for Educator Preparation and Effectiveness (CEPE) and the Center on Early Learning. At WOU, Dr. Blasco is the Project Director for Project PEPI to infuse inclusion curricula into coursework at the community college level in the state of Oregon. She is CO-PI on Project PIECE, a five year professional development project to recruit, retain, and... Read More →
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Mandy Stanley

Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education, Education Specialist, Oregon Department of Education


Wednesday January 13, 2016 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Jefferson I

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