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Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning

Executive Function is a term used to describe the many tasks one's brain performs that are necessary to think, act, and solve problems. Executive functioning includes tasks that help us learn new information, remember and retrieve information we've learned in the past, and use this information to solve problems of everyday life. A child's executive functioning skills make it possible for him or her to function in a manner consistent for the child’s age.

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Planning & Organizing

Planning skills involve managing current or future tasks by setting goals and establishing the steps needed to complete the task. This requires that a student prioritize which tasks should be done immediately or which can wait. It also requires that a student learn to sequence or determine which order to complete tasks.

Organization of materials involves keeping belongings and other personal objects neat and orderly. An individual needs to maintain such items and materials so they are easy to access and use as needed.

Planning & Organizing Practice

Planning & Organizing Posted: 05.20.2014

Planning exercises improving the skills needed to accomplish the small steps that are required to complete a major task. This is a 6 PAGE PDF that includes three different exercises for improving the skills needed to accomplish the small steps that are required to complete a major task. You will be given background information about your “practice” assignment. You will use the attached calendar to help with answering many of the questions. Good luck!

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Planning Skills - Using Judgment

Planning & Organizing Posted: 05.20.2014

Use good judgment to number each step from 1 to 6, in the correct order to complete the task.

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