Don't IEP Alone.

The Role of Executive Functioning in Learning: Unveiling Strategies with Tera Sumpter, SLP

February 08, 2024 Lisa Lightner
Don't IEP Alone.
The Role of Executive Functioning in Learning: Unveiling Strategies with Tera Sumpter, SLP
Show Notes

Welcome to the "Don't IEP Alone" podcast with Lisa Lightner, where we bring you expert insights and strategies to support your child's educational journey. In today's episode, "The Role of Executive Functioning in Learning Unveiling Strategies with Tera Sumpter, SLP," we delve into the crucial role of executive functioning in learning and unveil practical strategies to support children with executive function challenges. 

Our guest, Tera Sumpter, a speech-language pathologist specializing in executive function, shares her expertise and insights, offering valuable tools for parents, educators, and professionals working with children facing executive function difficulties. From understanding the foundational skills of executive functioning to practical interventions and fostering resilience, this episode is a comprehensive guide to navigating the complexities of executive function within the educational setting. 

So, join us as we explore the world of executive functioning and equip ourselves with the knowledge and strategies to support our children's learning journey.

Connect with Tera on:
https://community.terasumpter.com/
Her book,  The Seeds of Learning is below.
Her Instagram account:  @terasumpter_slp
Her Facebook page:  Seeds of Learning, LLC
Her blog:  https://terasumpter.com/blog

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