A 6 Week Private Course in Time Management, Organization and Planning
The Seeing My Time® Program was developed by Marydee Sklar of Executive Functioning Success. Taught internationally, this brain-based approach to time management and other executive function skills and was designed for students middle school through adulthood.
Seeing My Time® is taught privately over six classes. Each class is approximately an hour and a half with participants using their own workbooks. This hands-on approach supports the brain in creating long-lasting change.
One of the best times to start this course is in the Fall when students are starting a new school year.
Does Your Student Need Executive Functioning Support?
Students are expected to manage the flow of important papers, understand how to complete projects, turn them in on time, take the initiative in organizing their lives and advocate for themselves. If I had a dime for every student who never asked a question in class, I would be a millionaire many times over. Students of all ages are notorious for NOT asking for help.
~ Marydee Sklar ~
Students with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD or executive function challenges are often working harder than ever. They don’t want to lose papers, forget to turn in homework, be overwhelmed/confused or risk embarrassment asking for help. But they don’t know how to deliver what is expected of them. Executive functioning support will get your student through school feeling capable and confident and far less stressed.
Your child may not have a learning disability or ADD/ADHD but if he/she is struggling with the expectations of school, parents and life, these visual tools and strategies may help. Seeing My Time® is designed to support the executive functions of the brain, reduce stress and illuminate the path to getting control of your life.
Course fee covers up to three participants and their workbooks. Students living at home must take the class with one parent. Siblings (8th grade+) may take the class at the same time.
Extra student: $40
NOTE: If you would like to split your payments over two installments, please contact me.
Scheduling: After your payment, you will be directed to a page with a link to my calendar so you may schedule your six classes. Classes should be at least 5 days apart. You may reschedule up to 24 hours in advance. Please review our scheduling and cancellation policy.
Portland courses are taught by Mary Ellen Baker.
San Francisco courses are taught by Melissa Smith Baker.
Here’s what students say…
I was playing my (video) game and kept thinking that I really needed to study for my spelling test. I finally went over to the closet and got the stinking time cube and turned it over for 10 minutes. Studying wasn’t as bad as I expected so after 10 minutes, I turned the cube again. I got a B+ on my test so it worked. Thanks.
10th Grade Student
NOTE: This student sent me a text message at the end of that school year when he received an award at school that he was rightfully VERY proud of: Academic All-Star & Academic All-Round.
When Mary Ellen described the course and the possible benefits to me, my first thought was: “I’ve got to get this in front of my whole family! We all need this so much”. My kids were just starting into high school and there were significant struggles for them as students to be able to organize all the assignments and projects into a manageable place. I’ll be honest, it was a a lot of effort to get everyone to seven sessions through the summer, but the payoff was huge! They went back to school with new tools, new attitudes of confidence, and a whole different perspective on the tasks assigned to them. Several teachers even took them aside and asked what they’d done to change so drastically. What a reward! A resounding success! Thank you Mary Ellen for following your passion and helping us in such a profound way.
I took this course to support my granddaughter. I had no idea I would get so much out of it myself.