Executive function skills make school a breeze

Executive function skills consists of working memory, impulse and emotional control, flexibility, planning and prioritising, self-monitoring, and task initiation. These skills are necessary to ensure tasks are followed through from the beginning to the final stages, enable us to make decisions, see the big picture as well as details. If our child is equipped with the essence of these skills, I will say learning in and out of school will be a breeze. Jazz had embarked and now, completed an 11 weeks journey with The Little Executive (TLE).
TLE aims to develop essential brain-based skills and cognitive processes that children need in order to succeed both in and out of the classroom, all the way to the boardroom! Building on the 3 pillars, Essential skills, Learning habits and a Growth mindset, TLE aims to help each child discover his innate ability to be independent and self- aware, equipped with tools to assess and change his performance, growing into an astute, whole, and happy person.

Read the full post on Mum’s Calling to find out how The Little Executive classes helped Jazz to visualise and map 3D images from a 2D sketch!