A pioneer and a leader in the area of executive functioning coaching for students, Michael Delman will be on campus on March 21, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the Middle School Library.
Delman will present How to Build Executive Function Skills: Your Guide to Raising Confident and Competent Kids.
Synopsis: As parents, we're sometimes filled with dread that our kids might not make it in the world. We are now in the Age of Attention, where the key skills are the ability to choose priorities, stay focused, and get things done amidst an infinity of distractions. These skills are known as Executive Function skills - the self-management abilities that children must learn in order to be motivated, productive, and confident. The good news is that parents can teach these skills. In this presentation, parents will learn tips and tools from a lifelong educator and expert in Executive Function intervention - and reassurance that their kids will be okay when equipped with the skills they need today and for the future. Visit www.beyondbooksmart.com to learn more!
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. | Middle School Library in S&T Building
Reception to follow and books will be available for purchase.
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