7 Ways to Support Your Student’s Study Practice & Executive Functions, Without Losing Your Mind

For parents of middle & high school students

In this highly dynamic, action-specific, and interactive seminar, parents are invited to learn how they can support their middle school and high school students’ study practice and executive functions for success in school. Parents will learn seven practical tools they can implement at home.

There is no charge for the program, but registration is requested.

What You Will Learn

  • What are the study skills all students need to be successful in school?
  • Why executive functions are essential to your student’s success
  • Why time management and organization are critical
  • How can your student eliminate distractions when they study?
  • How your student can avoid feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and anxious
  • How to keep your student on track and on task
  • What can you do as a parent to support your student’s study practice?

Key study practices and principles that will be discussed include:

  • Goal setting
  • Time management
  • Organization
  • Focus
  • Note Taking
  • Active Reading
  • Active Listening
  • Question Generation
  • Using Graphic Organizers
  • Summarization
  • Overcoming Procrastination
  • Test Preparation Strategies
  • Stress Management
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I found this seminar on study skills extremely helpful, and learned several new techniques I can use at home with both my 7th and 10th graders.
—Vickie B., Darien, CT

Recent past webinars have been sponsored by:

Connecticut Libraries

  • Fairfield Public Library, Fairfield, CT
  • New Canaan Library, New Canaan, CT
  • Ridgefield Library, Ridgefield, CT
  • Pequot Library, Southport, CT
  • East Granby Public Library, East Granby, CT
  • Woodbury Public Library, Woodbury, CT

Massachusetts Libraries

  • Hudson Public Library, Hudson, MA
  • Melrose Public Library, Melrose, MA

New Jersey Libraries

  • Parsippany-Troy Hills Library, Parsippany, NJ
  • Runnemede Public Library, Runnemede, NJ
  • Washington Public Library, Washington, NJ
  • Whippanong Library, Whippany, NJ

New York Libraries

  • Albert Leonard Middle School PTA, New Rochelle, NY
  • Ardsley Public Library, Ardsley, NY
  • Bedford Free Library, Bedford, NY
  • Chappaqua Public Library, Chappaqua, NY
  • Lewisboro Library, Lewisboro, NY
  • Mount Kisco Public Library, Mount Kisco, NY
  • New Rochelle Public Library, New Rochelle, NY
  • North Castle Public Library, Armonk, NY
  • Ossining Public Library, Ossining, NY
  • Pound Ridge Library, Pound Ridge, NY
  • Ruth Keeler Memorial Library, North Salem, NY
  • Rye Library, Rye, NY
  • Scarsdale Public Library, Scarsdale, NY
  • Somers Library, Somers, NY
  • The Purchase Free Library, Purchase, NY
  • The Warner Library, Tarrytown, NY
  • Williston Park Library, Williston Park, NY

Parent-Teacher Organizations

  • Albert Leonard Middle School PTA, New Rochelle, NY
  • Buchanan-Verplanck PTA, Buchanan, NY
  • Byram Hills PTSA, Armonk, NY
  • Central Middle School PTA, Greenwich, CT
  • Eastern Middle School PTA, Riverside, CT
  • Edgemont Jr-Sr High School PTSA, Scarsdale, NY
  • Fox Lane High School PTSA, Bedford, NY
  • Galvin PTO, Wakefield, MA
  • Gelinas PTSA, Setauket, NY
  • Greenwich High School PTA, Greenwich, CT
  • John Read Middle School PTA, Easton, CT
  • Ludlowe High School PTA, Fairfield, CT
  • Ludlowe High Schools PTA, Fairfield, CT
  • Old Greenwich School PTA, Old Greenwich, CT
  • Turn of River Middle School, Stamford, CT
  • Western Middle School PTA, Greenwich, CT
  • Western Middle School PTA, Greenwich, CT
  • Weston Middle School PTA, Weston, CT

Teen Centers & Other Non-Profits

  • Arch Street Teen Center, Greenwich, CT
  • The Depot Youth Center, Darien, CT
  • New Canaan CARES, New Canaan, CT
  • Toquet Hall, Westport, CT
  • Trackside Teen Center, Wilton, CT

Want to offer this webinar to your community? Email us to find out how.


Does Your Student Know How to Study?

We will teach your student how to study, and keep them on-track and on-task so you don’t have to.

Offering an unsurpassed level of individualized instruction, our evidence-based study skills tutoring will teach your student skills, tools, and strategies for in-school and remote learning and studying, as well as how to use and apply these skills across all of their academic subjects.

We will teach your student how to be independent and self-reliant, and become responsible for their own learning.

For more information on our tutoring program contact us at (203) 307-5455 or email info@S4StudySkills.com