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by Adam J. Cox

Download No Mind Left Behind: Understanding and Fostering Executive Control--The Eight Essential Brain SkillsE very Child Needs to Thrive eBook
ISBN:
0399534555
Author:
Adam J. Cox
Category:
Psychology & Counseling
Language:
English
Publisher:
TarcherPerigee; Reprint edition (September 2, 2008)
Pages:
288 pages
EPUB book:
1422 kb
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1704 kb
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1824 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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Adam J. Cox is a licensed and board certified clinical psychologist.

Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Adam J. While working as a fine artist near New York City in the 1980s, he opened a studio and welcomed children who wanted to learn how to draw and paint. No Mind Left Behind: Understanding and Fostering Executive Control-The Eight Essential Brain Skills:Every Child Needs to Thrive (Purchased on 05/20/2009) by Adam J. Cox. Published on June 30, 2009.

No Mind Left Behind book.

From the cutting edge of brain science, eight crucial skills for children?s future success?now in paperback.

From the cutting edge of brain science, eight crucial skills for children?s future success?now in paperback

book by Adam J. From the cutting edge of brain science, eight crucial skills for children?s future success?now in paperback.

From the cutting edge of brain science, eight crucial skills for children's future success'now in paperback.

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From the cutting edge of brain science, eight crucial skills for children's future success?now in paperback.

A leading child psychologist identifies and explains eight essential cognitive skills that every child requires to thrive . is a licensed and board-certified clinical psychologist who has devoted his career to the study of Executive Control Skills.

A leading child psychologist identifies and explains eight essential cognitive skills that every child requires to thrive-including Initiation, Flexibility, Attention, Organization, Planning, Working Memory, Self-awareness, and Regulating Emotions-and offers tools and techniques designed to help parents enhance each child's capabilities. 20,000 first printing. He speaks widely at national and international conferences, and has been quoted in the New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Time, Family Circle, and other publications.

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Author : Cox, Adam J. Publisher : Penguin Publishing Group.

From the cutting edge of brain science, eight crucial skills for children?s future success?now in paperback.From a clinical psychologist who has devoted his clinical and research work to the study of executive control skills, here is a program for helping children master the eight essential cognitive skills that are critical for success in life in work: ? Taking initiative ? Screening out distractions ? Organizing ? Thinking flexibly ? Planning ? Regulating emotions ? Self-monitoring ? Using memory effectively Using case studies and anecdotes, Dr. Cox presents a comprehensive and practical plan for parents. The book addresses special-needs children as well as neurotypical children, and includes practical suggestions for parents and educators.
  • DireRaven
This is a great book - excellent information that is easy to apply and very readable. Highly recommend it.
  • Tyler Is Not Here
this is the greatest book it was suggested by a friend and I purchased it and it arrived in perfect condition
  • Akinozuru
This book is my primary resource for understanding executive functioning and development issues. It was recommended by my son's teacher three yrs ago and I now use it as my key reference to acquaint new teachers to my 13 yr old son's issues within a professional and cohesive context. I bought this book for his new school to reference.

Cox's organization of EF components is my favorite among the most popular authors who write on the subject. Furthermore, he does not couple EF problems with ADD which I appreciate. They do not always go together as much of the literature suggests.
  • saafari
I read this book as part of a school book talk. We are planning to introduce the concept of executive control into our district, so this book was a good introduction. It did not give a ton of practical timelines or checklists, and I felt as if the author repeated himself a lot (then again, it's hard not to when so many of the components of executive control overlap). Overall, it did meet our needs of discovering what executive control is and why we need to foster it in our students.
  • Kelenn
Great info!
  • Nuadabandis
Great Book- Very important info to know to understand why learning gets derailedt
  • Morlunn
executive function is based on new research showing how different children have different needs and organisational abilities. We would all do well to understand our kids so that we can help them better. Helps top understand ourselves better too!
This is a great book for teachers or parents. It is informative, and it offers access to resources. I also like his website.