EP #45: Book Talk: Strategies are Your Superpowers

Mary Miele faces the camera and asks the audience to join the conversation.

Mary Miele has developed strategies that help students to build their ability to attend, have impulse control, use memory, and have flexible thinking. You can learn about this resource and the coaching available at Evolved Education Company.

EP #44: College Counseling at Evolved Education Company

During this episode, Becky Reback and Mary Miele talk about the executive functioning model, how it was created, and ways parents can use it to improve their child’s executive functioning at any age. The model includes four pillars: academic research, areas of inquiry and instruction, assessment and strategy creation and skill mastery.

EP #42: Meet the Evolved Education Company School Placement Team

Mary Miele speaking

During this episode, Becky Reback and Mary Miele talk about the executive functioning model, how it was created, and ways parents can use it to improve their child’s executive functioning at any age. The model includes four pillars: academic research, areas of inquiry and instruction, assessment and strategy creation and skill mastery.

Bonus Episode: Badly Behaved

During this episode, Becky Reback and Mary Miele talk about the executive functioning model, how it was created, and ways parents can use it to improve their child’s executive functioning at any age. The model includes four pillars: academic research, areas of inquiry and instruction, assessment and strategy creation and skill mastery.

EP #41: What Do You Do When Your Child is a Bad Test-Taker?

During this episode, Becky Reback and Mary Miele talk about the executive functioning model, how it was created, and ways parents can use it to improve their child’s executive functioning at any age. The model includes four pillars: academic research, areas of inquiry and instruction, assessment and strategy creation and skill mastery.

EP #40: Supporting Social & Emotional Wellbeing with Jamie Sall, LMSW

During this episode, Becky Reback and Mary Miele talk about the executive functioning model, how it was created, and ways parents can use it to improve their child’s executive functioning at any age. The model includes four pillars: academic research, areas of inquiry and instruction, assessment and strategy creation and skill mastery.