Develop your Executive Function Skills To Increase Academic Performance with a Coach!
School can often be confusing or overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be. You have the ability to perform at a higher level, you just need support!
You Need the Most Support with these Three Skills
A coach can help you develop these skills below and overcome academic overwhelm
Start Improving Right Away
Try these quick tactics for working on your three weakest executive function skills
A coach is the best way to stay accountable when improving these skills but knowing where to start and a few things you can work on now empowers you to start now!
Planning & prioritizing
The Connection Between Strong Executive Functioning and Academic Performance
Executive function is a set of mental skills that include working memory, task Initiation, time-management, planning and prioritizing, task completion, organization, follow-through, attention and emotional regulation. All of these skills are necessary to study, follow directions, plan ahead and comprehend and retain new information. Without strong EFS we’re unable to learn and work efficiently.
Accountability is key!
We all have the best intentions when working towards healthier and more effective habits but being able to stick to new routines can be very difficult, especially if you struggle with the symptoms of ADHD. Having a coach guide you through those times when you stumble or veer off track can be the key to continued progress.
Get help creating an action plan and sticking to it!
Expert coaches that are proven professionals
Thrivister coaches are not college students, tutors or outsourced employees in a completely opposite timezone. They are trained and credentialed coaches, that specialize in executive function coaching and ADHD.
Our method is standardized and proven over 13 years of application. We use executive function skill coaching in correlation with academic coaching to get the best results.
Avoiding the bigger costs of ADHD symptoms
Executive function coaching cuts down on financial and emotional costs because executive function skills are the foundation of learning. Getting and staying organized, managing time, or self-regulation, following instructions and planning are essential for success in school. Without this foundation students retake classes, have to get multiple tutors and even drop out of school because they shut down or use avoidance to cope.
When a student develops their executive function skills it pays dividends in their emotional regulation, their confidence, their academic performance and their life. Transformation doesn’t happen overnight but the strides students can make will stick with them their entire lives.
Help your student develop their executive function skills so they can reach their full potential.
Academic Coaching Is The Perfect Step For You or Your Student!
Create A Plan. Stick To It. Get Back On track
We use executive function skills every day to learn, work, and manage daily life. Develop habits and strategies to focus in school, cope with anxiety and overwhelm, and achieve and organize tasks and goals, among other things.
Click “Connect With A Coach” to talk with one of our Academic Success Coaches and learn more about getting your own Academic Coach so you can reach your goals this school year.
The Difference Between Coaching And Tutoring
Academic Coaching helps you stay on track towards your goals. Learn how to stay organized, focused, and in control of your academics.
Students often need tutors when they’ve fallen so far behind that they can’t catch up. An Executive Function Coach helps you develop better habits and skills so you can stop falling behind in the first place.
Your coach will help you develop healthy habits so you can grow to self-manage and stay on track. This is accomplished by establishing habit-building routines, coping strategies, and customizable accountability plans.
Click “Connect With A Coach” to talk with our team and discover if coaching is the right fit for you or your student!