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Posts Tagged ‘school’
Executive Functioning are 10 essential skills that are the foundation for a life of learning, listening and…well… functioning. They including planning, organization, time management, task initiation, working memory, metacognition, self-control, attention perseverance and flexibility. These skills enable people (and students) to perform up to their ability and are necessary for success. We are speaking with Executive Functioning and Learning expert, Nicole Kaplan to learn more in order to help our children implement these tools.
Educational therapist Nicole Kaplan will break down all the choices parents are faced with when it comes to school next year.
As we move into a new season, we check in with Infectious Disease Expert Jessica Malaty Rivera who can help us gain clarity on school safety and managing this new normal.
Infectious Disease Expert Jessica Malaty Rivera helps us navigate covid related safety precautions during summer, school and beyond.
Kindergarten teacher, Susan Hamilburg, shares some excellent tips for parents on practical things like what to pack and tasks to work on along with how to emotionally prepare their children going in to the school year.
In an age where digital distractions are everywhere we are sharing some tips to help you help your child so that homework time can be a little more productive and a little less painful.
Anxiety popping up around the beginning of school? You’re not alone! Dr. Tamar Chansky, author and expert in childhood anxiety is here with tips to ease your young one’s fears the whole year long.
Feeling strapped with all the volunteering commitments you’ve made at your kid’s school? Amy Mascott, creator of the blog “teachmama,” shares five tips to manage the load more effectively.
Does your child have a tough time making a mistake or taking perceived risks for fear of failure? Parenting expert, Meg Akabas, shares her insight on how to guide our children inclined to accept nothing less than perfect.