Promoting Success in Learning by Building Executive Functioning Skills
Focus is on caregivers of kids in elementary school (K-6)

Take a peek inside the developing brain of a child to learn about the processes that enable kids to engage in problem solving and goal directed behaviors. These executive functioning skills are considered to be essential for children to succeed in school and later in life. Learn about these skills and how they impact learning, behavior, emotions, and social interactions. Caregivers will be provided with strategies and resources to assist their children in building their executive functioning skills, including inhibition, working memory and mental flexibility.
*This session is for adults only*

Please Note: The session at Calder School on February 19 is now full. 

Please provide your contact information and select the session to complete your registration. Automatic emails are not sent out at the time of registration, so please note the session’s details. If you are registering with a friend or family member, please complete a separate registration for each person.

If you need to cancel your registration please contact the Education team at or call (780) 415-0074.

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* 1. Please provide us with your contact information.

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* 2. Which session would you like to register for?