How Executive Function Affects Early Childhood Language

By: | July 23, 2020

Executive function skills grow at a rapid rate during the early childhood years and provide an important foundation for language, literacy, cognitive and social-emotional development.

In this webinar, speech language pathologist and literacy specialist Lucy Hart Paulson provides strategies for helping students develop these interconnected skills, making an important difference in their school and life success.

Additional topics include:

  • The components of executive function and developmental skill expectations
  • The impact of executive function skills on the other developmental domains
  • Evidence-based instructional strategies that facilitate the development of executive function skills in early childhood classrooms


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