Anxiety arises at the most inopportune moments. When it does, its message debilitates with a long list of negatives about our own potential. Mental habits need to be eased into new directions. Using the word “yet” offers a little crack in that storm. Adding that simple word at the end of your sentence can help […]
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With parents and educators growing more attuned to the broad range of factors that affect students’ success, executive function coaching has become an increasingly popular part of families’ educational planning. Based on explicit instruction in strategies for organization, time management, and effective task completion, executive function coaching is often used when deficits in these areas […]
If you ask students what it takes to get good grades, many would probably say “being smart” and “studying hard.” But after years of working with students of all ages, it is clear that the key to scholastic success really comes from having a plan and working hard to stick to that plan. We often […]
My Learning Springboard professionals believe in working collaboratively with related service experts across many fields, as appropriate, to support an individual student. Collaboration may include working with psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, pediatricians, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, special education attorneys, or a variety of other specialists. Psychologists, Social Workers, Pediatricians, and Psychiatrists Depending on […]
How often have you heard these statements? “I just want to get this right.” “If I can’t find the right word to use here the sentence won’t be perfect.” “It’s so hard to put all the pieces together on paper.” “What if I don’t get an A?” “How do I compare with my peers?” “Sometimes […]