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Sometimes students with executive function issues respond well to visual cues. Use images rather than words. Pictures and colors work great.
Executive function students can benefit when you say things more than once if needed. Be sure to simplify and slow down if there are processing issues.
Executive function students can be overwhelmed with multi-step directions. Be specific with directions and in as few words as possible.
Make “To Do” lists. Students with executive function can use these lists to stay on task by focusing on what they have remaining to do and what has already been completed.
Maintaining schedules usually helps students with executive functioning issues. These include separate daily schedules, weekly schedules and monthly schedules.
You cannot discover new oceans unless you are willing to lose sight of the shore.
Know and believe in yourself, and what others think won’t disturb you.
Many false steps are made by standing still.
Listening well is as essential to conversation as talking well.