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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 »

IndieEd: Looking Forward in 2016

Indie Ed January 12, 2016   Over a dozen therapists, educators and child care specialists gathered for 2016’s first meeting of Indie Ed last Tuesday at the Boulder Public Library. Led by Peter Laffin and Pam Allen, we celebrated the successes of 2015 and the goals we have achieved. In 2016, IndieEd will activate its … more »

Just2 Tutoring: Global Focus Coaching

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Just2 Tutoring: Global Focus Coaching J2’s objective is to provide individualized, global academic support for the struggling or underachieving student. Over the past two decades, J2’s unique and attentive services have made a significant impact on hundreds of middle, high school, and university level students. Consistent, positive interaction with a certified, educational professional can lift … more »

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