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In recent years, we can see a growing need to become more aware of social systems that perpetuate bias and inequality and observe how those systems interact with our ongoing efforts to
Provision Choice and Executive Function Development
Provision of Choice is Key to Executive Function Development in Toddlers It is clear that early executive function (EF) skills are important for many outcomes
Distanced but still Social: Youth and Digital Media during COVID-19
During the COVID-19 pandemic, child and adolescent use of digital media increased at unprecedented rates. In addition to attending classes through webcams, youth relied on
Who is Miss Mary Mack?
I often find myself feeling nostalgic as I pass by an elementary school playground and see children playing some of the same games I used
Pre-K Executive Function Predicts 3rd Grade Academic Achievement
As an educator, you know how important it is to find learning and behavioral issues as early as possible in children to give them the
Improving Executive Function in Early Childhood: When Less is More
Executive Function skills change significantly between the ages of 3 and 5. In this example video, Dr. Stephanie Carlson, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer of
What is the Minnesota Executive Function Scale (MEFS)?
Video: about MEFS and Reflection Sciences https://youtu.be/0U7qjXHJU9A At Reflection Sciences, we are here to scientifically support your goals surrounding social-emotional development, Executive Function, and school
Helping Teens Stay On Task During the Coronavirus Quarantine
The stay-at-home orders and remote learning brought about by the novel coronavirus can be especially difficult for teens and their families to adjust to. The
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