Why Post-Its And Planners Aren't Enough

By Suzanne Tucker

Ever work with a student on a really cool organizational plan, only to find it crumbled up at the bottom of backpack? Have you ever tried to teach planning and executive functioning skills to students and they are NOT having it? I know I have!

Over the past 20 years (!) as a school psychologist, I’ve worked with sooooo many students who are shut down to learning any new snazzy tool or idea that adults have for helping them manage their schoolwork.

In this 8-minute mini-lesson you'll learn why even beloved post-its and color coded awesomeness sometimes fall flat…

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