Workshops for Teachers

Executive Function Virtual Workshops 2022 Registration is Now Open! 

Friday, January 28 (Grades 4–12) & Wednesday, February 16 (Early Childhood, Grades Prek‑3)

Both workshops occur from 9:00 AM — 12:00 PM (CST)

Click link for dates/sign-up~EF Virtual TW 2022

Regardless of whether you are teaching in-person or via remote-learning, many students struggle.  Often students can master the content but Executive Function tasks and organization are challenging and create obstacles to learning.  Help your students gain vital skills even during Covid! 

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Rush NeuroBehavioral Center has developed a training workshop and curriculum for teachers. Teachers may attend a scheduled workshop on an individual basis or as part of a team from a school or district. Workshops can also be arranged for a school, or a district, through an educational agency, university, or professional development center.

Teachers will learn how to implement instruction in Executive Function skills in the classroom or as part of an after-school program.

Workshop participants will receive the RNBC Executive Functions Curriculum Notebook  and relevant workshop materials.

This program is designed for classroom and subject-area teachers, special education teachers, school psychologists and social workers, school principals and other interested administrators.  It’s never too early (or too late) to begin building strong executive function skills in children.

Space is limited. For more information and registration details, contact Cate Gonley via email to cgonley@rush.edu or by calling 847–763‑7933.  

For more Early Childhood Opportunities, please visit the Educational Services page.

To be notified about future workshops, please sign up for email alerts from the homepage.  The option is under the search box as a drop down menu choice.