Lively Minds Institute:Executive Functions The Executive Functions Video Questions Name* First Last Email* 1. You have been assigned a student, but the Family Consult has not happened yet, and you do not have the curriculum yet. You want to understand a little more about your student’s challenges beyond what was explained in the New Student Assignment email. How could information on the BRIEF2 assessment feedback report be helpful to you?2. A student you are coaching is having trouble staying engaged during your sessions. Review the Foundations for Teaching Executive Function Skills. Which questions would be helpful for you to answer so you can work to keep the student engaged?3. You have a new student, and you are preparing for your first session. In the family consult it was determined that Task Initiation is the first skill area for you to work on with the student. The student has particular struggles with staring tasks and often needs promoting from an adult to do his work. You have 20 lessons to choose from in the Task Initiation curriculum. Answer these questions: A. Should you start at the beginning of the Task Initiation and work your way through every lesson one by one? Why or why not? B. Should you send all of the Task Initiation lessons to the student and ask him to have read and understood before the 1st session? Why or Why not? C. You feel the student should work on Self-Control and Organization skills along with Task Initiation. Should you give him 2 things to work on in Task Initiation, 1 for Self-Control, and 1 for Organization? Why or why not?4. You need to repeat a lesson with a student, so she can start building a strong habit of writing out her assignments due each week. However, you would like a different activity or method for implementing the same concept and its importance. How could the Educator Guide for that lesson be helpful to you? Give at least two reasons/examples.5. What are you most excited about as a new coach?