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How to foster executive functions in children with special educational needs?

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Being able to focus, hold, and work with information in mind, and filter distractions: Executive functions (EFs) refer to use of a set of interrelated cognitive functions that control and guide behavior, thoughts and emotions. EFs are widely recognized to play an essential role not only for children’s cognitive, social, and motor development, but EFs are also predictors for school success. There is a growing interest to explore the role EFs and their impact on learning, especially with children who have special educational needs.
In this course the participants will have knowledge on EFs and importantly, on cognitive interventions and intervention designs which can foster EFs. Different interventions which have been beneficial for learning disabilities (dyslexia, ADD) and severe learning disabilities Down syndrome, ASD, dev. disabilities) will be presented.

Ziele

  • What are executive functions?
  • What are cognitive and research-based interventions?
  • How to use interventions at schools and other educational settings?

Arbeitsweise

Using lectures, group works and workshops there will be also practical view on how it is possible define and observe EF and use different interventions.

Zielgruppen

Schulische Heilpädagoginnen und Heilpädagogen, Regelklassenlehr- und Fachlehrpersonen, Lerntherapeutinnen und -therapeuten, Psychotherapeutinnen und -therapeuten, Kinderpsychiaterinnen und -psychiater

Leitung

  • Törmänen Minna

Fakten

Kursnummer
2019-65
Datum
13.11.2019–20.11.2019
Dauer
2 Mittwochnachmittage, jeweils 13.30 bis 16.30 Uhr
13. und 20. November 2019
Maximale Teilnehmer
24
Ort
Zürich
Anmeldeschluss
1. Oktober 2019
Kosten
CHF 280

Kontakt

Hochschuladministration
Tel. +41 44 317 11 11
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