This coming spring semester will look very much like last semester. Many schools are strictly online; some schools have a hybrid schedule (some classes in person and the some online). We've learned from the fall that situations can change quickly--hybrid turns to completely online or (a happier case), more classes can meet in person. Whatever arises, learning in all these situations can be a challenge. It requires the ability to plan, organize, complete tasks on time--these are all Executive Function skills AND this is critical opportunity to practice and really learn them.
I have an M.A. in Education-Instructional Technology which includes a focus on online learning and instructional design. Although some students have had a limited experience with online classes, most have not. I can offer students guidance how to set up weekly structure to learn material, complete assignments, test preparation, and submitting work to get the best grade possible in this odd end to a semester! All meetings are on Zoom for the semester. As everyone is able to get a vaccination, we can meet in person again.
This semester I am going to work with fewer students, but will meet twice a week with each one. This will help assignments and deadlines keep to a schedule (easy to miss with online submissions), and further reinforce developing Executive Function skills.
In contrast to most executive function coaching providers, I work with my students on a 1-1 basis. We do not do "study hall" sessions with a group, and I (not another coach/tutor) work solely with my student. The student develops an individualized system with me based on how they work best, learning new skills to implement now and in their future schooling, careers, and daily life.
Call or email me to see if I am able work with you in this situation, set up a plan, strategies, and goals to head toward a positive result! Contact me to schedule a time.