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Your FREE key Executive Functions resources
The Taxonomies of Executive Functions
How do you formulate using EF? To help consolidate our understanding of EF, we have found Dr Rebecca Ashton’s explanations of the key Taxonomies very useful.
Formulating and Consulting With EF
How do we talk about and consult using Executive Functions in casework or training? Here Rebecca talk through several analogies that can help us achieve a shared understanding with in consultations.
Shifting, Updating and Inhibition
Get this excellent bank of strategies which can support CYP within each of the areas of Shifting, Inhibition and Updating. We've found this valuable in our own practice.
These resources are brought to you by Dr Rebecca Ashton, an educational psychologist specialising in neuropsychology. She has a wealth of experience working with executive functioning issues in generic school casework, training school staff and in working long-term with children who have brain injuries. Her doctoral thesis was on sleep and working memory, and she has published extensively on educational neuropsychology.
As a team of Educational Psychologists at EdPsychEd, we are passionate about the impact that high quality CPD and training can have on improving the outcomes for children. It’s our mission to bring you impactful and practical resources which can help us all to be the best we can be in our professions.