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Does Over-scheduling Hinder Executive Function Skills Development?

As an Executive Function coach, my goal is to help students develop skills they can use throughout their lives to reach their goals. Some examples of these skills include the ability to plan their time, regulate and control emotions, prioritize/organize, set short and long-term goals, start tasks, and develop their working memory. Strong EF skills … more »

Poor History Grade? Consider a New Reading Approach

There are plenty of reasons kids might get poor grades in history classes in middle and high school. Some students are simply not interested in the subject and neglect to do the work.  Others lack the background knowledge needed to make sense of the new information they’re expected to learn.  For instance, it would be … more »

2017: The Year of Non-Procrastinating

www.BolderEdStrategies.com As a coach and tutor working with students of varying ages, I’ve found that procrastination is a consistent hurdle my students encounter. Adults see this in our own lives. Tasks that seem to be the largest and most overwhelming often get pushed to the back of our to-do lists. Tackling small tasks makes us … more »

Just2 Tutoring & The Reluctant Student

When a student, for whatever reason, begins to disconnect from class content they often feel at a loss for how to get themselves back in step with the class. They feel awkward about approaching the teacher for support and often lack the skills to review past material while remaining up to date. They can appear … more »

Who We Are

Hello, Boulder! Our group, IndieEd, serves as both a professional development group for education and therapy specialists in the Boulder area, and as a trusted resource for local schools and parents seeking specialized help. We have listed on our website 9 local professionals and organizations whose areas of expertise are commonly sought after; beyond that, … more »

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