Woodcock advocates ‘executive function coaching’ in student employability text

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Dr. Christine Woodcock

Dr. Christine Woodcock

College of Education, Health Sciences and Human Services Assistant Professor Christine Woodcock wrote a chapter, "Executive Function Coaching in Higher Education," that appears in the newly released text from IGI Publishing called “Advancing Student Employability Through Higher Education.”

Dr. Woodcock, program coordinator of the Literacy program, will also present on the same topic at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association in Philadelphia, PA, on April 12.

More information about the text is available here:

An abstract of Woodcock’s chapter is available here:

Information on the American Education Research Association’s annual meeting is available here:

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