Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Reading Together - How Children Succeed - How to Think
"Two of the most important executive functions are cognitive flexibility and cognitive self-control. Cognitive flexibility is the ability to see alternative solutions to problems, to think outside the box, to negotiate unfamiliar situations. Cognitive self-control is the ability to inhibit an instinctive or habitual response and substitute a more effective, less obvious one." (page 114, Kindle Edition)
"To have them take responsibility for their mistakes and learn from them without obsessing over them or beating themselves up for them." (page 115, Kindle Edition)
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