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The Source for Development of Executive Functions
By Gail J Richard, Jill Fahey
An excellent overview of the executive function skills from a developmental perspective. The book characterizes 4 different profiles of individuals with EF weaknesses. Also includes many well written IEP goals for executive function based weaknesses. For the speech and language pathologist and special educator the book clearly delineates the relationship between language, thinking and executing. Many practical intervention strategies are provided.
Promoting Executive Function in the Classroom
By Lynn Meltzer
A must for all teachers interested in improving executive function skills in the classroom. Has many practical strategies to improve classroom organization, note taking, studying, emotional self-regulation and task management.
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