Why do some otherwise able students struggle with organization, sustaining effort or attention, and getting their work done on time? Often, executive function difficulties are at the heart of these struggles. Executive function refers to the cognitive abilities needed to organize thought, focus attention, and think flexibility. In short, executive function allows us to manage ourselves and get things done. This webinar will provide an overview of executive function, using a practical model based on current neurological research, and present highly effective approaches to working with students who struggle with executive function in the classroom.