Are your students lazy? No, you can help them thrive by building executive functioning skills.
Students in remote and hybrid settings often fail to complete assignments at home. While some teachers lament they are lazy, these students actually lack the executive functioning skills necessary to thrive in this environment.
You need to identify these shortcomings and build targeted skills. By focusing on learning processes and the choices that students make, you will be able to combat malaise and revitalize your school community.
- Why do students struggle more in remote learning settings?
- Does it help to modify assignments, shorten tasks, and allow extended time?
- What executive functioning skills do many students lack?
- How can you build the skills necessary for students to excel?
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