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Improve Your Child’s Executive Functioning Skills This School Year...Without All the Arguments
“Do you have any homework?”
“I’m not sure…”
“What do you mean you’re not sure? Where’s your agenda?”
“I think it’s in my room...somewhere.”

Sound familiar? If you’re having this conversation multiple times each week, you’re not alone. Whether your child is in elementary school or preparing to graduate from high school, you want them to be ready and on top of their priorities. Your child likely wants to be organized as well. So why do they keep missing deadlines, losing assignments, and starting things the night before they’re due? It’s because executive functioning skills, like time management or prioritization, take time to learn. But once a child develops systems that work for them, these strategies can help them be successful throughout K-12 school and beyond.

If you’re tired of hearing your child respond, “I don’t know,” every time you ask about homework or tests coming up, this webinar is for you! Join Ann Dolin, M.Ed. on September 20th to learn how you can help your child develop those critical executive functioning skills this school year. Other topics covered include:

✓ How to ensure kids stay on top of their schoolwork without feeling like a nag
✓ Site maps, Google calendars, and other tools for staying organized
✓ Smart strategies for tracking assignments (especially if your child’s teachers have different expectations and systems!)
✓ When to leave things up to your child, step in to support, or recruit outside help
✓ Keeping kids engaged by encouraging them to ask questions and advocate for themselves
✓ Opening the lines of communication to improve the parent/child relationship and avoid conflict around academics

Sep 20, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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