Measure and Improve What Matters

Support positive classroom culture and student performance by focusing on brain-based learning.

Measure and Improve What Matters​

Support positive classroom culture and student performance by focusing on brain-based learning.

Why Is Measuring Executive Function Important?

The MEFS App™ assesses the neurocognitive skills most vital to academic and life success. These skills are centered on attention, impulse control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility. It is important to test and track the Executive Function skills performance of all children – even high academic performers – to ensure appropriate progress is being made. Children with well-developed Executive Function skills are more likely to manage their emotions, demonstrate empathy, and achieve academic success in school regardless of their IQ or family background.  Research shows that the healthy development of Executive Function can be cultivated and improved through a variety of means, like play, autonomy-support, and language input.

Why is measuring Executive Function important?

The MEFS App™ assesses the neurocognitive skills most vital to academic and life success. These skills are centered on attention, impulse control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility. It is important to test and track the Executive Function skills performance of all children – even high academic performers – to ensure appropriate progress is being made. Children with well-developed Executive Function skills are more likely to manage their emotions, demonstrate empathy, and achieve academic success in school regardless of their IQ or family background.  Research shows that the healthy development of Executive Function can be cultivated and improved through a variety of means, like play, autonomy-support, and language input.

See Our App In Action

In this video, one of our trained Examiners administers the App to a 24-month old. The child and our Examiner play two levels together: Level 1 and Level 2. The assessment ends when the child’s level of Executive Functioning is reached at Level 2, which is the typical performance level for children in this age group.

See Our App In Action

In this video, one of our trained Examiners administers the App to a 24-month old. The child and our Examiner play two levels together: Level 1 and Level 2. The assessment ends when the child’s level of Executive Functioning is reached at Level 2, which is the typical performance level for children in this age group.

EFgoTM Product Walkthrough

Wondering if EFgo™ is the right tool for you? In this free 10-minute demonstration session, you’ll see EFgo™ App in action, as well as discover:
  1. Briefly, what is Executive Function?
  2. Frequently Asked Questions about the EFgo™ App
  3. EFgo™ App Data Outcomes

Professional Development

Reflection Sciences offers a variety of professional development courses centered around the understanding, measurement, and improvement of executive function.

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EFgo™ App

EFgo App is research reliable and valid down to age 24 months.  EFgo provides a direct score of Executive Function in approximately 5 minutes or less.  Children love the game-like app!

Intervention

From digital games, to downloadable guides, Reflection Sciences and its reputable partners offer Executive Function intervention strategies for students of all ages in a variety of mediums.

Professional Development

Reflection Sciences offers a variety of professional development courses centered around the understanding, measurement, and improvement of Executive Function.

mefs

EFgo™ App

EFgo App is research reliable and valid down to age 24 months.  EFgo provides a direct score of Executive Function in approximately 5 minutes or less.  Children love the game-like app! 

Intervention

From digital games, to downloadable guides, Reflection Sciences and its reputable partners offer Executive Function intervention strategies for students of all ages in a variety of mediums.

What your organization gets with their Reflection Sciences Plan

Free Plan

For Individual Classrooms

Premium Plam

For B2B Customers

Features

Free Plan

For Individual Classrooms

Premium Plan

For B2B Customers

Basic Executive Function (EF) and Introductory Assessment Training (60 minutes)

Executive Function MEFS Certification
Access to the Assessment App (Android, iOs)

EFgo™

MEFS™

Children Assessed

Up to 35

Unlimited

Individual Child Report

Free Classroom Intervention Activity (Bear/Dragon)

Personalized Interventions Recommendations

Classroom Student Average View
Classroom / Group Reports
District / Organization Reports
Roster Upload
Assessment Data Export

Advanced Research Data Export / Trials

Priority Support

Premium Products

Available with respective plan(s)

Upgrades Available

For Classrooms

Premium Plan

For B2B Customers

Executive Function MEFS Certification

Professional Development

RS Interventions Activities Guide

Partner Interventions

Consulting / Advanced Data Analysis

RS Provides Examiners for Professional Development + MEFS Deployment/Assessment

There Are Three General Skills That Fall Under Executive Function:

Cognitive Flexibility, Working Memory & Inhibitory Control

Girl playing

Cognitive Flexibility

Thinking about something in multiple ways. For example, considering someone else’s perspective on a situation, or a different way to solve a problem.

Kids on tablets learning

Working Memory

Holding information in mind so it can be used to guide behavior. For example, keeping a question in mind in order to formulate an answer.

Teacher reading to students

Inhibitory Control

Ignoring distractions and inhibiting impulsive responses. For example, paying attention to a teacher and resisting a side conversation with a friend.

There are three general skills that fall under Executive Function:

Cognitive Flexibility, Working Memory, and Inhibitory Control

Girl playing

Cognitive Flexibility

Thinking about something in multiple ways. For example, considering someone else’s perspective on a situation, or a different way to solve a problem.

Kids on tablets learning

Working Memory

Holding information in mind so it can be used to guide behavior. For example, keeping a question in mind in order to formulate an answer.

Teacher reading to students

Inhibitory Control

Ignoring distractions and inhibiting impulsive responses. For example, paying attention to a teacher and resisting a side conversation with a friend.