Month: September 2021

Improving Executive Function Through Athletics

First, a belabored but critical point, executive functioning (EF) skills are the primary determinant of success in school and life. Countless psychological studies confirm this point, from Anglea Duckworth’s Grit to the Rush Neurobehavioral Center’s recent research into the impact of EF on academic performance. Organization, time management, learning skills, and impression management, the four …

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Evening Routines: An Often Overlooked Tool of Effective Students

It is crucial to remember that success at school has a lot to do with what happens outside of the August to May, Monday to Friday grind. Succeeding in school sustainability requires a holistic approach. That’s why we work with students at home. Teachers cannot go home with their students. They cannot aid with distractions …

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The Secret to Improving Your Student’s Confidence and Network

The gleaming lights of the Apple store cascade above all other stores. The promise of cutting-edge tech and a near cult-following give Apple an advantage, but the unsung hero of their success is their culture, particularly their staff. Every customer who walks into the Apple store is bombarded with smiling faces, cheerful greetings, and action-oriented …

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Back-to-school resource guide

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