Month: November 2019

Share Your Story

It is always an honor and pleasure to talk to parent and teacher groups about executive functions. When discussing strategies adults can employ to encourage, enhance and expand executive functions in children I include several simple techniques. I’d like to highlight one that is often underappreciated: “Share Your Story.” Executive functions are housed in the …

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Don’t Wait For That Point

A few months ago, I read the following from the HUMANS OF NEW YORK photo blog. “My high school wasn’t very challenging. I never had to struggle. I was 15th in the class. Section leader in my marching band. Top of this. Top of that. Where I grew up, not too many people go …

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