May 23, 2023

Tech tools to support executive function

By Jess Holman, Instructor Tools and Technologies to Support Executive Function Skills At Engaging Minds, we recognize that everyone needs...

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March 27, 2023

Why Spaced Study is Far More Effective than Cramming

By Janzen Harding, Instructor It’s okay, I don’t have to study until Thursday, the test is Friday. I’ll just cram...

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February 14, 2023

Artificial Intelligence and implications for education, executive function skills

By now you’ve likely heard of the many tech companies competing to make artificial intelligence (AI) available to the general...

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February 3, 2023

Executive Function Book Club: Books to Support Parents’ and Students’ Understanding of Executive Function Strategies

By Jess Holman, Instructor At Engaging Minds, we honor that there are no one-size fits all executive function solutions for...

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November 27, 2022

Secrets to Successful Studying

By Adina Levitt, Instructor “But I studied!” Maybe you’ve heard your student say this after getting a test back and...

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October 21, 2022

Do’s And Don’ts of Writing Emails to Teachers and Professors

By Jess Holman, Instrucor It’s likely that at some point during this academic year, you will need to send an...

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October 13, 2022

How to Create a Daily Homework Routine

By Adina Levitt, Instructor Homework. Often a dreaded task students want to get through as quickly as possible. However, with...

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September 20, 2022

Employing Executive Function Skills at the College Level: A Recipe for Success

By Jess Holman, Instructor As students return to school this fall, college students’ day-to-day lives are changing quite significantly -...

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August 29, 2022

Gearing up for back to school

By Adina Levitt, Instructor As summer begins to come to a close, the start of the new school year is...

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May 21, 2018

The academic “summer slide”: fact or fiction?

It is wise to be wary of old wives’ tales, myths, rumors, and superstition. But when a phenomenon is supported...

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April 13, 2018

Two Things to Do to Improve Executive Function Skills

New weekly planner? Check. Clean homework space? Check. How else can parents help their children to improve their executive functioning?...

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March 13, 2018

Executive Function Skills Help Students Outside the Classroom

Many parents can identify how doing well in school or joining a sports team can positively impact their children as...

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