Remediating Working Memory and Executive Function in SLD

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Remediating Working Memory and Executive Function in SLD

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Students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) often have deficits in core underlying cognitive functions, such as working memory, executive function, and visual and auditory processing. New evidence from a quantitative study of students with SLD shows the impact of cognitive skills development with BrainWare Safari on the students’ overall cognitive and academic performance. The striking results from the study will be presented.This webinar will be presented by Sarah Avtzon, the lead researcher for the study. Ms. Avtzon is Assistant Professor at Daemen College, Master’s program in Early Childhood Special Education, Early Childhood Director, Daemen College, Master’s Program in Early Childhood Special Education- Alternative Certification track. MS. ED and ED.S from Teachers College Columbia University, Ph.D candidate at Walden University.