Did you know that executive functioning skills, the part of the brain that helps us with planning, time management and organization is not fully developed until students have graduated fromhigh school? What’s more, although these skills can seem to be obvious and effortless tasks for many, others find them to be extremely challenging. Come read my new blog that offers strategies on helping students to record and turn in assignments. In addition, you will find a link to a free video on helping students with executive functioning as well as a freebie download assessments that can help your student learn to become active learners. http://goodsensorylearning.com/planning---organizing.html
Help Students Plan, Manage Time and Organize
Labels: executive functioning, Organization, planning, recording assignments, time management, turning in assignments
Hi, my name is Dr. Erica Warren. I own a private practice, Learning to Learn, in Ossining NY. There, I offer one-on-one cognitive therapy, remedial reading, writing, and math, compensatory learning strategies, study strategies as well as executive functioning and ADHD coaching. I also have four websites: Go Dyslexia, Learning Specialist Courses, Dyslexia Materials and Good Sensory Learning where I offer free podcasts, blogs, advice, courses, as well as cognitive remedial products, multisensory lessons and educational games for teachers, educational therapists, and homeschoolers.