Posts Tagged ‘executive functioning’

Emergency Homework Kit: Quick, Life-saving Help for School Assignments

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Emergency Homework Kit: Quick, Life-saving Help for School Assignments This guide provides quick, life-saving strategies to help students in middle and high school and college finish homework assignments. There are strategies related to writing papers, studying for tests, completing math homework, writing history papers, reading in history, and working with teachers. Buy the book on Amazon! read full post >>

Why Kids With ADHD and Executive Functioning Issues May Rush Through Homework

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Why Kids With ADHD and Executive Functioning Issues May Rush Through Homework By Kate Kelly for Understood.org At a Glance Many kids with ADHD rush through homework. Issues with executive functioning are a frequent factor. Rushing leads to sloppy, incorrect or incomplete homework. All kids rush through homework once in a while so they can get to the things they’d rather be doing. But for kids with ADHD, […] read full post >>

Helping Kids Who Struggle With Executive Functions

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Helping Kids Who Struggle With Executive Functions Rachel Ehmke Senior Writer Reposted from the CHILD MIND INSTITUTE website The first time you hear that your 7-year-old son is weak in “executive functions” it sounds like a joke. No kidding—that’s why he’s a first-grader, not a CEO. But executive functions are the essential self-regulating skills that we all use every day to accomplish […] read full post >>