Executive Functioning Tutoring
Sharpen Your Child’s Academic Skills with Executive Functioning Coaching
What are the benefits of Executive Functioning Coaching?
Executive functioning tutoring can prove to be extremely beneficial for students, as well as reassuring for parents that their children are in professional and patient hands. Teaching executive functioning skills goes beyond traditional education programs: our personalized tutoring sessions allow us to form authentic connections with our students and help them progress in areas they haven’t mastered yet. Da Vinci’s specialized coaching sessions aid children who struggle with executive functioning skills to better their flexible thinking capabilities, organizational and planning abilities, time- and task-management skills, as well as learning how to control their impulses and emotions. The best place to practice executive functioning skills is in a safe environment, with teachers who understand the struggles kids with underdeveloped executive functioning are going through.
1. Learn in a safe environment
The most important factor for children battling executive function issues is to feel safe. School can often be overwhelming, but private tutoring can ease the learning process.
4. Learn how to focus
Executive functioning tutoring sessions ensure that students have someone who is 100% dedicated to their progress, and helps them learn how to stay focused during tasks.
2. Completing tasks
We help children properly manage their tasks, whether academic or not, by using advanced techniques within our personalized sessions.
It’s easy to get distracted and not properly manage our time, but children with executive functioning disorders don’t realize how time management works, so we are here to help.
3. Flexible thinking
We try to help our students think outside the box, and strive to make them understand how problem-solving thinking can improve their life.
6. Impulse control and regulating emotions
Here at Da Vinci, we help children overcome difficulties by teaching them mindful ways to tackle inconveniences, such as intrusive thoughts and impulsive behavior.