Dr. Matthew Marino
Accessibility | Disability and Equity in Education | Education
Executive function includes working memory, planning, organization, social inhibition, self-regulation, and cognitive flexibility. It is an area where many students with disabilities struggle (Vasquez & Marino, 2020). Today Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines sit down and talk with their colleague, Dr. Marino.
Dr. Marino is an associate professor of Exceptional Education at the University of Central Florida and a former secondary special education, science, and technology teacher. Tune in as they talk about executive functions and discuss some practical strategies and tips that parents and educators can work on with students.
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References Vasquez, E., & Marino, M. T. (2020). Enhancing executive function while addressing learner variability in inclusive classrooms. Intervention in School and Clinic. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1053451220928978
Length of Episode
Hines, Rebecca and Dieker, Lisa, "S6 E4: Executive Function with Dr. Matthew Marino" (2021). Practical Access Podcast. 94.