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Presenter: Emily Hawe, M.A.
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2023
Student Member: $25.00
Non-Member Professional: $90.00
**Meets CTLE Requirements if documented with the ASHA CE Registry**
Financial – Emily Hawe, M.A., will be receiving an honorarium from LISHA for her presentation.
Non-Financial – Emily Hawe, M.A., has no non-financial relationships to report.
Campo Salisbury Center, 718 The Plain Road, Westbury, NY 11590
Allison Lynch, M.S., CCC-SLP
Director of Speech-Language Pathology
Today’s world of hectic schedules, information overload, and high expectations demands that students be masters at time management, organization, planning, and flexibility. Weak executive function skills are often the root cause behind many academic struggles. Studies have shown just how crucial these executive function skills are to future academic, career, and life success. This workshop will present executive function skills as a way of reframing how we approach our work with students. We will explore classroom and therapy practices that promote the development of these essential skills and interventions to support students with executive function skill deficits. Workshop attendees will have opportunities to apply and
adapt ideas to the students they work with and set attainable goals for implementation.
Emily Hawe, M.A., is a former secondary English Language Arts teacher who now specializes in executive function skills. She combines her wide range of experience as a classroom teacher, college advisor, executive function coach, teacher developer, and parent coach to empower students to excel in the classroom and beyond. In addition to working individually with students and families, she frequently presents parent and teacher workshops on topics related to executive function skills at schools throughout Long Island and New York City. Prior to transitioning to consulting, she was a tenured 7th grade English teacher at Oyster Bay High School. She holds two Master’s degrees from Teachers College, Columbia University in English Education and Higher Education Administration.
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1. Explain the importance of executive function skills for academic, career, and life success and how they can empower students in the classroom and beyond.
2. Identify when and how to support and develop executive function skills by modifying the environment, the task, and the level of support provided.
3. Create an executive function support plan for a student.
5:30-5:45 Registration/Light Refreshments
5:45-6:00 Introduction to Executive Function Skills: Reframing How we View our Students
6:00-6:15 What’s Missing from the Classroom Curriculum?
6:15-6:30 Identifying and Supporting the Executive Function Skills Required by Tasks
6:30-6:45 Our Students’ Executive Function Skill Profiles: What do we need to Consider?
6:45-7:15 Environmental Modifications
7:30-8:00 Task Modifications
8:00-8:30 Support Modifications
8:30-8:45 Designing Executive Function Support Plans
8:45-9:00 Questions and Answers
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Cancellations and Certificates
Cancellations are refundable if received seventy-two (72) business hours prior to the event. Please note: Registrants will receive a certificate of completion when the course has been successfully completed.
PowerPoint/Handout Presentations will be emailed to confirmed attendees 72 hours prior to the workshop. There will be no internet access at the venue to download handouts. You will need to either print a copy or download the file to a computer, tablet, or phone before the workshop. Paper handouts will NOT be available at the workshop.
Campo Salisbury Center
Westbury, NY 11590