Build Executive Function Skills

Learn and teach the executive functions of time management, planning, and organization

Executive Functioning Success works to relieve the pain caused by poor time management, planning and organization - key executive functions of the brain. Our goal is to provide knowledge and strategies to our clients, in the form of online and live courses, books, planners and resources to support executive function. Take the first step and contact us today!

Free downloads image

Get Started Today with FREE Downloads

When you sign up for the EFS monthly newsletters, you receive two downloadable PDFs

1. A Quick Dip Into Your Child's Brain

2. The Time Scientist

profile-pic

My name is Claudia Ruf and I am the principal at Glencoe High School in Hillsboro, Oregon.

We invited Marydee to speak to all of our teachers during a recent Professional Development day. Teachers are still talking about what they learned, and you could feel the energy in the room.

These are some of the comments sent to me from staff after her visit:

"The information on executive functioning really makes me think about the demands placed on students and what else we may need to pre-teach before expecting certain outcomes."

"Executive Functioning specifics and its impact within the classroom was by far my favorite part of the day."

"The science of the brain tells us that there is a way we present information to the students and a way to react to discipline situations that could be more effective."

I highly recommend her training. Having teachers learn about executive functioning and time management for students will best help us serve the individual needs of all our students.

Claudia Ruff Principal, Glencoe High School

Check Out Our Latest Posts

Three Tips for a Happier Holiday Season
My staff and I took the week off for Thanksgiving, which I think will become a tradition at EFS. We[...]
All Work and No Play? Sharpen the Executive Function Skill of Future Planning – for fun!
Many people struggle with planning, the "thinking-ahead" executive function skill. Caught up in the demands of their daily lives, they start[...]
The Family Meeting: Support Executive Functions
It is very typical for one parent in a family to be the Family Calendar Keeper, what I call the[...]

"Marydee was great and we all got so much out of this training! We can't believe how many strategies we learned that we still use."

~ Carla, Learning Specialist