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Developing Executive Functioning Skills in Class and at a Distance
Tuesday, March 30, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Aishah Cholmondeley, Director of Success, Studyo
Moderated by Renaud Boisjoly, CEO, Studyo
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In this edWebinar, teachers will learn more about executive functioning skills and their importance, but more specifically, they will discover a variety of activities and projects to help bolster them at home and in school (or both at the same time!). In this new era, it is important to bring to light ways that technology can assist a blended classroom in soft-skill development.
The presenters will share best practices as well as short activities you can use with your students to foster these skills of autonomy and responsibility while optimizing your time. Ultimately, your students will become more self-managing, which will free up your time to focus on what is important. Some of the activities will leverage a free tool by Studyo, Today, which integrates directly into Google Classroom.
This edWebinar will be of interest to teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders of the middle and high school levels. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.
About the Presenter
Aishah Cholmondeley is Studyo Today’s Customer Success Representative, helping students, teachers, administrators, and parents alike find the best ways to use Studyo’s platforms toward their goals. She has spent time in the classroom as an ESL teacher in both the public and private systems, and liked it so much she still teaches private lessons part time. Supporting students at varying levels of executive functioning (EF) is a passion of hers—many moons ago, she was that kid who constantly procrastinated, missed deadlines, spaced out, and forgot her homework (or, on unlucky days, the whole backpack). The drive to help students who feel as lost as she did back then brought her to Studyo Today, and informs her approach to EF skill development.
About the Moderator
Renaud Boisjoly has over 30 years of experience in the edtech world, 19 of which were spent at Apple Education helping educators engaging students by leveraging digital tools. Then, as Coordinator of Innovation for the Eastern Townships School Board, he helped design and rethink their one-to-one deployment from an educational and technological point of view. As the founder of Studyo, a project-management and planning platform for students and teachers, he is passionate about helping students build their executive functioning skills in the digital age.
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Studyo is a student-centered task management platform to help build student organization skills by combining a school’s true schedule with tasks from many sources whether entered by students or posted by teachers on a variety of platforms such as Google Classroom, Blackbaud’s onCampus, Canvas LMS, Schoology, and others.