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Sucheta Kamath, Founder of ExQ®, a Personalized Training Curriculum Designed to Teach Executive Function, Shares a Free Student Learning Exercise: ExQ® Superpower Hour

Sucheta Kamath, Founder and CEO of ExQ®, a personalized training curriculum designed to teach Executive Function, shares a free Student Learning Exercise: ExQ® Superpower Hour.

ATLANTA, March 19, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Sucheta Kamath, Founder and CEO of ExQ®, a personalized training curriculum designed to teach Executive Function, shares a free Student Learning Exercise: ExQ® Superpower Hour. During the recent closure of many schools related to COVID-19, many parents and teachers are seeking resources to help with the immediate need for activities that can be implemented at home, and the ExQ® Superpower Hour is a quick, free, and easy activity that provides a framework to promote Executive Function through self-reflection.

Sucheta Kamath and her team will be offering teachers a complimentary classroom exercise called, ExQ® Superpower Hour. A fun way to teach students the importance of practicing self-awareness so they can understand their Superpowers (strengths) and challenges to build confidence, empathy and develop a sense of purpose. Here is a three-step process to guide teachers as well as parents to introduce the concept of self-reflection to their students:

1. Explore Superpower Traits
ExQ believes a superpower is a natural ability or talent that can be enhanced to develop stronger habits and flexible mindsets. During this part of the exercise, parents or teachers will help the students begin to identify their own Superpowers using a Superpower Menu to inspire self-reflection and provide conversation starters to help initiate discussions about strengths and challenges.

2. Empower Super Self-Awareness
ExQ believes guided self-reflection leads to more effective future strategies. During the second part of the ExQ® Superpower Hour, parents or teachers will ask students to imagine ways they will channel their superpower to achieve their personal best especially given these changes to their learning environment.

3. Educate Students about Executive Function
ExQ believes that when students know more about their strengths and challenges, they can effectively guide their effort towards mastering their Executive Function. During the third part of the ExQ® Superpower Hour students will be guided to take a long-view and to think about how their superpower could help them become the person they want to be.

About ExQ®: Rooted in more than 20 years of cognitive neuroscience and Executive Function training expertise, ExQ® is a cloud-based patented system designed to enhance the brain's Executive Function through personalized game-based training that focuses on teaching students to learn how to learn. Learn more about a leading woman in technology, ExQ® Founder and CEO, Sucheta Kamath, and Executive Function training with ExQ® for School, for College, for Work, and for Life at https://exqinfiniteknowhow.com.

 

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