Executive Function – What Every Child Needs to Succeed
Presented by Katherine Eskovitz, Founder Little Blueprint
Scattered, lazy, forgetful, disorganized, and distracted are common adjectives used to describe our smart children, yet these descriptors often miss the real issue. Understanding the brain development of children is the first step to improving our approach to parenting.
Katherine Eskovitz, Founder of Little Blueprint (www.LittleBlueprint.com) and author of the award-winning Have a Plan children’s books, will speak about empowering our children through plan-based parenting to help our children boost brainpower and thrive.
In this informative lecture, we will learn tools to help our children strengthen their developing brains by teaching them to L.E.A.D.: use Logic and Emotions to Analyze andDecide on meaningful plans.
Katherine speaks as an educator and specialist on plan-based learning to parents and children across the country. She is a frequent contributor to Psychology Today, Huffington Post, Kids in the House, and other national publications. A native New Yorker, she lives in Santa Monica with her husband and three children. Learn more about Katherine here.