Executive Functioning Academy: Part 2 - Assessment & Analysis

In this training, participants will learn about the assessment and analysis of executive functioning skills.

Executive Functioning (EF) refers to a set of processes that have to do with managing oneself and one's resources to achieve a goal. It is an umbrella term for neurologically based skills involving mental control and self-regulation. It is now commonly believed that executive functions are essential for purposeful, goal directed behaviors and actions, and there is substantial evidence that academic achievement and appropriate executive function skills are correlated.

Intended Audience

  • General education teachers
  • Education specialists
  • School psychologists
  • Speech-language pathologists
  • School counselors
  • Administrators
  • Any educator who would like to learn about how to support, accommodate, and teach EF skills

It is recommended that participants have a fundamental understanding of EF to participate in this training. Participants are encouraged to take EF Academy Part 1 if they are early career practitioners, or if their understanding of executive functioning is at a beginner level.

Participants Will

  • Learn how to assess EF skills through formal and informal measures, rating scales, interviews, and observations.
  • Develop an efficient EF testing battery.
  • Learn about common EF profiles and assessment patterns.
  • Discuss educational impact and decision making for Individual Education Plans (IEP) and 504 eligibilities.


Natalie Corona, M.S., L.E.P., School Psychologist


Thursday, February 15, 2024 from 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM


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