CCEI November 2020 Newsletter
Executive Functions
Have you ever had a day when you were just distracted and disorganized; where it felt like your normally centered mind was in complete disarray? This is not uncommon and it is likely that after taking a short break or getting something to eat, you were able to return to your tasks with a stronger sense of focus and purpose. Learn More
How are Executive Functions and Executive Assistants Alike?
Examples of Executive Functions
Promoting the Development of Executive Functions
Executive Functions and Adults
CCEI Additional Articles
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CCEI Poll Results: October 2020 Newsletter
Which of the following describes your program’s use of storytelling and story acting?

A. Formal storytelling and story acting are consistently in our routine - 87 responses or 36%
B. We have multiple storytelling materials available for children to explore - 96 responses or 40%
C. Children storytell in learning centers, but it is not part of the curriculum - 56 responses or 24%

Total: 239 responses
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Self-Regulation Skills | CCEI

The ability to manage emotions, behaviors, and attention is often referred to as self-regulation. It is a term closely related to executive functions, which is the topic of this month's CCEI Newsletter. Essentially, self-regulation is the ability ...

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