Wednesday January 31st, 2018, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Does your child struggle with organization, time-management, study skills and motivation? We can help! iAchieve Learning is offering a FREE presentation for parents to help them understand what executive functioning skills are and how they can help their children with these at home.
Developing executive function skills is what allows all of us to be the CEOs of our lives. The ability to organize and plan, initiate tasks, and regulate emotions helps kids and adults in academic, professional, and personal settings. It’s never too early to start developing these important skills!
This presentation will cover
- An overview of executive functioning skills and why they’re important for students
- Tips for developing executive function skills, particularly in an academic setting
- How parents can help their child with organization, time-management, study skills, and more!
The presentation will be given by Colette Harris. Colette is one of iAchieve Learning’s Academic Coaches and she has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from DePaul University and is also a certified professional coach through iPEC, the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. Read more about her here!
Sign up quickly because we are limiting registration to 20 people!
Date: Wednesday, January 31st
Location: The Des Plaines Libray
1501 Ellinwood St.
Des Plaines, IL 60016