This week, Kaity and Adriane chat with Seth Perler, an executive function coach who overcame his academic struggles and now offers hope to children facing similar challenges. They discuss learning differences, emphasizing the importance of advocating for each child's unique strengths and addressing the systemic roadblocks that can hinder their progress.
This episode also explores:
🔥 the double-edged sword of labels
🔥 tensions that teachers face
🔥 the impact of recognizing every student's potential
🔥 and so much more!
You'll leave this episode with actionable strategies to assist children grappling with executive function hurdles. Whether establishing a curated study environment or breaking down organizational skills into color-coded victories, we look beyond the typical toolbox, encouraging positive reinforcement and the delicate art of advocacy without hovering.
Join us for an episode that's not just about learning but about understanding, empathizing, and empowering learners.
ABOUT THE GUEST:
Seth wears many hats in the Executive Function, Neurodiversity, ADHD, 2e, and Education worlds: activist, coach, speaker, educator, vlogger, and guy who cares about seeing outside-the-box kids succeed. Seth also runs TEFOS, The Executive Function Online Summit.
At the heart of it, Seth helps struggling learners navigate a baffling system so they can launch a successful future. And it all has to do with Executive Function. His weekly vlog at SethPerler.com gives game-changing answers in a sea of misguided educational fluff.