A Day in Mrs. Baker's EF Classroom

Mis à jour: 8/30/2019
A Day in Mrs. Baker's EF Classroom
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Executive Function Example

Compétences de Fonctionnement Exécutif

Par Meghan Kyne

La fonction exécutive est un ensemble de trois processus cognitifs - la mémoire de travail, le contrôle inhibiteur et la flexibilité cognitive - qui fonctionnent ensemble pour nous permettre de planifier, de cibler et de gérer plusieurs tâches à la fois pour mener à bien des tâches quotidiennes.

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Storyboard Description

Incorporation activities for executive function in the classroom: Mrs. Baker's Classroom

Texte du Storyboard

  • Clear expectations and routines in a classroom minimize stress levels, and make students more ready to learn.
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
  • Friday
  • _____________________
  • Quiet Mouth
  • Our Class Rules
  • Listening Ears
  • Looking Eyes
  • Helping Hands
  • Movement challenges require focus, flexibility in thinking, the ability to monitor and adjust actions, and persistence to achieve goals.
  • Scaffolded assignments set children up for challenging yet attainable goals which strengthens Executive Function skills.
  • clouds
  • sun
  • moon
  • Things in the sky
  • stars
  • rockets
  • planes
  • rc
  • seagull
  • Each morning, Mrs. Baker's kindergarten puts their things away and then the class gathers on the carpet. Together, they review the class rules. Afterward,they practice the days of the week. They identify the current day with a yellow marker.
  • During recess, Mrs. Baker engages the students in physical challenges like the obstacle course she set up today using the play structures and playground toys.
  • Mrs. Baker scaffolds her lessons. Brainstorming "Things in the sky" activates the students' prior knowledge, introduces concepts, and informs Mrs. Baker about who may need more support as they move forward.