Executive functions are the skills that allow us to move our thinking and learning into action.
For adolescents, these are the skills that allow them to modulate and cope with big feelings, show what they know on assignments, work effectively on homework and multi-step projects, and reflect on their actions.
As parents, there are routines we can create and strategies we can use at home to support our children’s developing executive function skills.
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It’s hard parenting work, and the payoff is fewer meltdowns and power struggles and more moments of flow and connection at home.