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Educators

Strong Executive Function skills help build the background for a healthy school culture of self-awareness, self-regulation, and empathy.  All of which is necessary in the creation of a safe, engaging environment for students to learn. Whether it’s virtual, face to face, or a blend of both, students are experiencing unique challenges in today’s learning environment.  It is crucial to understand how to best support their Executive Function growth.
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Why Measure EF and SEL?

Executive Function can be a better predictor of academic and social emotional skill development than traditional IQ tests.  EF can also be improved through reflection and practice.  Executive Function supports the process of learning including focusing, remembering, planning, reading, writing, and computation.

 

“Research on the developing brain shows us that early childhood experiences build the foundation for a skilled workforce, a responsible community, and a thriving economy. A new evidence base has identified a set of skills that are essential for school achievement, for the preparation and adaptability of our future workforce, and for avoiding a wide range of population health problems.”

– from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

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Teachers / Classrooms Schools / Districts / Organizations

 

*coming in July

*coming in July
EFgo™ Introduction + Training
OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
EFgo™ Certification
REQUIRED
Children Assessed
Up to 35
Up to 35
UNLIMITED
Individual Child Score
Raw score only
X
X
Individual Child Report - Comparison to National Norms
X
X
Instructional Periods with Personalized Intervention Activities
X
X
Classroom Insights
X
X
School / District Level Insights
X
Advanced Roster Integration
X
Assessment Data Export
X
Priority Account Management
X
Supports Partners Edmentum / Conscious Discipline
X
Advanced Research Report
Additional Charge
Cost
$40 / year

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