How to Get the Brain Ready for School Learning
“Hand in your homework… Raise your hand… Pay attention… What did my teacher just say?… How do I get to my next class?… That noise is so distracting… Pay attention!... Wait, where did I put my homework?...”
Parents, this is your child’s brain in school.
Believe it or not, your child’s brain is trying very hard to keep up in school! There are many underlying processes in the brain that contribute to classroom success, they’re called executive functioning skills.
Join us for a live conversation between Dr. Mark Goldenberg, Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, and brain development expert, and Dr. Rebecca Jackson, Chief Programs Officer for Brain Balance as they dive into the world of executive functioning skills and their profound impact on school success.
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What You'll Learn
- 1Understand the fundamental components of executive functioning skills and how these cognitive abilities drive student performance in the classroom.
- 2Discover how executive functioning skills are pivotal in various aspects of learning, including attention, memory, problem-solving, organization, time management, and emotional regulation.
- 3Learn how to engage the brain to foster the development of executive functioning skills.
Who Should Attend
- Educators and Teachers
- Parents and Caregivers
- School Administrators
- Counselors and Psychologists
- Anyone interested in enhancing students' academic performance and well-being.
Dr. Rebecca Jackson
Chief Programs Officer, Brain Balance
Dr. Mark Goldenberg DC, DABCN, FACFN
Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist and Board Certified Cognitive Specialist