We offer a flexible learning format:
Online mobile-friendly Self-Paced Courses
Online kickoff meeting with one of our Master Instructors
Printable Blended Learning Guide
EF 201: Understanding Executive Function
EF 202: Understanding & Integrating Your MEFS App™ Data
EF 203: Instructional Strategies for Optimizing Executive Function Growth
EF 301: Managing Your Classroom Through the Lens of Executive Function
EF 302: The Role of Trauma in the Development of Executive Function
EF 303: Executive Function and Social Emotional Learning Success
For Teachers & Classrooms
EFgo™ is a simple and fun-to-use app that measures Executive Functions skills in children as young as age two in less than five minutes.
Developed by Dr. Stephanie M. Carlson and Dr. Philip Zelazo of the University of Minnesota, EFgo™ provides the same validity and reliability as the award winning MEFS App™.
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For Researchers & Clinicians
The Minnesota Executive Function Scale, or “MEFS App™,” is a simple, fun-to-use iOS and Android Tablet app that measures Executive Function skills in children as young as age two into adulthood.
The MEFS App™ gives a direct behavioral measure of Executive Function skills.
Originally developed by Dr. Stephanie M. Carlson & Dr. Philip Zelazo for academic research, the benefit to the broader education community was quickly discovered.
Why measure with EFgo™ and MEFS™?
For children to successfully participate in the school experience as engaged and competent learners, Executive Function skills need to be developed from infancy through adolescence along with social-emotional learning. Since children are not born with these skills, they must be fostered, assessed, measured and understood so that each child can meet their full potential. Reflection Sciences has developed cutting-edge technology to easily measure EF, and ensure children will have the best start in school.
Both practical and PLAY-ful, The EF Way to PLAY! Executive Function Activities for in the classroom and at home, features tried-and true games that promote the improvement of Executive Function skills in children. Developed collectively by early childhood education experts, educators, parents, and caregivers, these fun activities promote social emotional learning, mindfulness, and self-regulation.