Study Skills- Developing your Organizational Compass
Does your child struggle with organization? Do they lack the materials they need or even fail to hand in completed work?
Is their desk a black hole for materials and important papers?
Does your child struggle with initiating complex academic assignments and then runs out of time?
Is your child unable to break down the demands of an assignment and does not know where to start?
Study Skills counseling can help them develop their Organizational Compass...
Compass for Families provides Executive Function Coaching services for kids and teens in a variety of settings. Individual and group sessions are offered using the 360 Thinking Model.
Children will learn these skills and more:
Prioritizing tasks and time
Creating study routines and a conducive study environment
Managing papers and materials
Managing long-term projects and goals
Kids and teens will learn how to do the following:
Visualize directions and learn to predict how much time each task should take
Breaking projects into manageable parts
Develop strategies for planning and using time effectively
Use the language of time, sense the sweep of time and identify “time robbers”
Self-talk and self monitor during a task, and moving through time and space to achieve a task
Use self-directed narrative language
Develop self-accountability for completion of intermediate project steps
Develop a non-verbal working memory and imagery
Develop a situational intelligence: how to “read” a room and understand the expectations
Become a future thinker: what will it look like when it’s done?
Plan your work… so you can then work your plan