Monthly Archives: August 2014

5 of the Best Homework STUDY TIME Tips: Stop fighting the Homework Wars

  In my experience, homework is one of the biggest daily argument starters in many families.  Some kids with well-developed executive skills come home, have a break, get to work and get it done.  These are the same kids who … Continue reading

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Jason Steps Up: Cogmed for Adults Chapter 4

Once again Jason was right on time for his call.  Once again he improved.  His overall Cognitive Performance Index (CPI) was 79 with Working memory    Following Instructions and Math Challenge (His beginning CPI was 24, WOW!)   What was … Continue reading

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Jason Perseveres: Cogmed for Adults Chapter 3

Jason was right on time for his third coach call. I had gone through all of his trainings from the past week, and clearly he was “in the groove.” His overall CPI (Cognitive Performance Index) had again improved in all … Continue reading

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Jason’s Story: Chapter 2

I was excited (and a little nervous) to see Jason’s results from the first week of training on Cogmed. I was encouraged to see that he had completed 30 – 45 minutes a day in training.  He reported that he … Continue reading

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