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How do I begin?

Watch this video to learn a simple routine to get you started on even the hardest and most boring homework assignments!

Ooohh!! Are you a 9th or 10th grader that would like some help with accountability? 30 more words

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Tech for EF Part 1: Regulating Attention

Customized Learning Solutions was asked to host the Technology for Attention and Executive Functions booth at EdRev in San Francisco this year. We were there yesterday and had a great time at the event! 565 more words

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Technology for Executive Functioning: A Series

EdRev (Education Revolution) is an annual event held at AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA. As they describe it, “EdRev is a unique day of information, resources, celebration and community for students who learn differently and the families and professionals who support them.” It is put on by the… 195 more words

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What accommodations can I ask for?

IEP and 504 meetings can be overwhelming and intimidating. As a parent, you want to fight for what your child needs, but questions abound. What do they need? 536 more words

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What is Executive Functioning?

“Executive Functioning” has become a hot topic in recent years, but what does it actually mean? Unfortunately, defining this complicated skill set is easier said than done, primarily because it is one of the most complicated things our brain does. 355 more words

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A Quickie: I Told You So, the Ol' Pussy Grabber Fights with Everyone Chaos Results

I hate being right. I really really do. Especially now. Especially this time.  I’m sick sick sick of being right! And, god, do I ever wish I was wrong, but the Ol’ Pussy Grabber makes it too easy. 539 more words

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How to Reflect on a Project or Presentation...

Do you find yourself second guessing yourself after you’ve finished a test, project, or presentation…or sometimes maybe even obsessing about it? Watch this video for a tip on how to reflect after you’ve finished. 8 more words