Metacognition in Adults: Impact Of Executive Functions Skills
Metacognition is the awareness and understanding of one’s own thought process, which determines how we make decisions, interact, and hold onto information. Executive functions skills are the skills that we use to set goals, make plans, and execute the steps in our plan to achieve a goal. If you struggle with daily tasks such as organizing, planning, time management, starting something, etc., strategies to improve executive functioning will benefit you.
It is important to use metacognition skills and metacognition strategies to first understand if you struggle with executive functioning. Schedule a free consultation with one of our coaches to see if these tools will be useful to you.
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Metacognition in Students: Impact Of Executive Functions Skills
It can be challenging for students to have metacognition, especially when it comes to executive functions skills. Our coaches can teach students metacognition skills and metacognition strategies to help them learn how to identify what executive functions skills they may need support with.
Schedule a free consultation with one of our coaches to see if these metacognition strategies for understanding executive functioning will be beneficial to you.
We provide resources to help with metacognition and understanding executive functioning.
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