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    Effective Students offers workshops to help students and teachers prepare for success throughout the year.

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Students & Educators: Enrich Your Executive Functioning Skills

Executive Function skills are a key indicator of long term student success. To help students and teachers prepare for next year, Effective Students is excited to announce our executive functioning workshop series. These sessions provide essential instruction for students to improve their executive function skills and to equip teachers to deliver executive function instruction in the classroom. 

Working directly with our panel of seasoned educators, trained in the Effective Students Method™, you’ll receive the practice, tools for instruction, and expert guidance you need to improve executive function skills in key areas, including:

  •   Flexible thinking
  •   Impulse control
  •   Planning & prioritization
  •   Self-monitoring
  •   Time management

Executive Function Workshops For Students

Students can become overwhelmed in school, making it difficult for them to perform well and show their strengths. Effective Student Workshops help students develop essential executive functioning skills to establish and reach their educational goals, training them how to manage their academic demands and overcome challenges. Workshops are held in person in Atlanta, GA over four sessions.  Parents attend the last 15 minutes so they understand what the students have learned and know how to help them follow through.

Included: 
  • 8 hours of direct live instruction in how to:
    • Organize materials (hard copy and online),
    • Manage time and plan ahead
    • Study efficiently
    • Evaluate performance and set academic goals
  • Effective Student Workbook, Online Course & Binder Kit
  • Exercises practicing how to evaluate resources, plan and prioritize
  • Skills students can apply right away
  • Collaboration with parents at the end of every session

To register a student for the workshop, click the link. 

Executive Functioning Training for Teachers

Educators play an essential role in fostering executive functioning skills in their students, giving them the keys to drive their success in school–and in later life. To equip educators with the tools they need to clearly and easily deliver this instruction, Effective Students is offering Level I Workshops that include access to the online course and curriculum for a full year. The workshop also includes the following: 

  • 11 hours of instruction by the Effective Student leadership team 
  • Teacher manual
  • Online course
  • Parent handouts 
  • Student workbooks, handouts, and notes 
  • Slide decks for direct instruction
  • Instructional videos
  • Grading rubrics with target Executive Functioning skills by grade 

Empower educators with specially designed curriculum to help nurture essential skills in their students. Questions? Request more info here

To attend an educator workshop, register below. 

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Safety Measures – Executive Function Workshop Overview

To maximize learning potential, the Effective Students workshops are designed to take place with small, in-person groups. Attendees will be socially distanced with masks required.  

Due to the 2019-2020 outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), our business is taking extra precautions and following enhanced sanitation/disinfecting procedures in compliance with CDC guidance. For additional information on our COVID-19 safety procedures, please contact us.

Virtual Options for Executive Function Workshops

Are you interested in attending or organizing a virtual workshop with Effective Students? Our virtual seminars make it possible for students and educators to improve their executive functioning skills anywhere in the world! Schedule a call with us to discuss your specific needs.

Testimonials

Here’s what real students say about Effective Students Workshops:

  • “My biggest takeaway from this class is that reading is not studying” Riverwood 10th grader
  • “I learned better ways to study and better ways to plan things in this class” The Lovett School 7th grader
  • “How to slow down and follow all instructions” Woodward Academy 7th grader
  • “My biggest takeaway from this class is the binder organization system because in the past, my binders and backpack have been messy and I tend to lose papers.” Westminster Schools 10th grader
  • “I now know how important it is to study.” Wesleyan School 7th grader
  • “My biggest take away from this class is organization.  Last year I had too many missing assignments” E. Rivers Elementary 5th grader 
  • “Keep your stuff in its respective place and only touch it once.” Fulton Science Academy 8th grader
  • “Always read instructions” Atlanta Classical Academy 6th grader
  • “I feel more organized and when I get to class, I already know all my classwork and my calendar are together, ready for class.” Atlanta International School 9th grader
  • “I was a pocket stuffer and now I have an amazing binder that makes everything easier.  It makes turning in homework, studying for tests and exams will be easy because I won’t have to scavenge for papers.”  Atlanta International School 9th grader