- Outline core executive functioning skills and sub-skills.
- Identify the most prevalent executive functioning weaknesses within individual students.
- Review habits and procedures to help support the learner as they develop.
- Explore targeted skill-building activities to increase student independence as their skills develop.
Stefanie Riegler is a special education teacher at Dearborn Academy, a private school for students with learning, social and emotional disabilities, where she teaches 9th and 10th grade. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut and a Masters of Special Education from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. As an educator, Stefanie is passionate about eliminating barriers to learning so students can achieve their educational goals.