According to CHADD org, Executive function skills refers to brain functions that activate, organize, integrate and manage other functions which enables individuals to account for short- and long term consequences of their actions and to plan for those results.
The following resources provides strategies on teaching students with executive function disorder skills:
Activities Guide: Enhancing and practicing executive function skills with children from infancy to adolescence- Center on the Developing Child
Addressing Executive Function at the secondary level– Atlanta Public School
Executive Functioning Strategies for the Classroom– Pathway 2 Success
Standard Interventions for Executive Functions– PDF Format
Teaching students with executive functioning issues– Resilient Educator