BEST OF 2020 – A RECAP
Originally Broadcasted on Thursday 10th December 2020
Webinar – Executive Function Strategies to help your learners plan better, focus longer and learn faster
Your executive function, sitting at the front part of your brain, has also been named the “brain’s CEO”. Indeed, this is one busy CEO with many important tasks to manage on a daily basis. Apart from keeping you focused, your executive function helps you to plan, organise, control your impulses and adjust your thoughts and actions to unexpected changes, just to name a few of its jobs. It is also responsible for your working memory, hence influencing your learning, performance and intelligence.
Gain the latest insights on this important brain system, and more importantly, how to help your learners develop stronger executive function. Like a muscle, your brain can be trained to become fitter and stronger. Join us to understand what it takes for parents and teachers to build up this important brain muscle, and pave the way for your learners to succeed and thrive in life.
Attend this webinar to:
Learn about the important roles of executive function in your brain – sustained attention, working memory, impulse inhibition and planning, to name a few
Uncover why some people excel in focus, planning and learning while others appear scattered,
Understand executive function’s “growth spurt” in the preschool years and continuous development through life
Take home 3 research-based strategies to help your learner build strong executive function in the brain.
Suitable for: School administrators, teachers, counsellors, psychologists, allied educators, therapists, parents or anyone interested in the learning brain.
Ms Cheryl Chia, Paediatric Physiotherapist and Founder of BrainFit®
With more than 20 years’ experience in brain fitness training, Cheryl is an accomplished paediatric physiotherapist, who is also the founder of BrainFit, an entity that specialises in scientific brain fitness training. Cheryl holds a Master Degree in Physiotherapy Studies (Paediatrics) from the University of Queensland, Australia.
She was awarded a full scholarship from KK Hospital and was also the overall coordinator for paediatric neurology physiotherapy there. She has lectured in Nanyang Polytechnic and is a much sought-after speaker, including at events organised by MediaCorp-SMART Parents, the Child Guidance Clinic and schools.
She is a frequent invited guest on Parenting Made Easy Radio 93.8, where she shares her expertise on brain fitness to help parents raise smarter and more resilient children. Cheryl is also an author and a mother to two young girls.
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I regard the Executive function as a vital part of our learning brain structure but would like to know exactly HOW it influences our working memory and approach.