RESCHEDULED - Executive Functioning with Dan Levine
Join CFS on Tuesday, April 24 for the next edition of our Seminar Series! Dan Levine, founder of Engaging Minds, will offer a seminar on executive functioning skills for students. Parents and educators will learn what executive functioning skills are, follow case studies, and leave with real world tools they can use to help their children and students be more organized, efficient, and better manage their time. Click here to register.
Melissa Wilson, Lead Educator
Melissa holds a Master’s Degree in School Adjustment and Mental Health Counseling from Cambridge College and a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Saint Anselm College. Melissa has served students as a school adjustment counselor at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, focusing most of her work on supporting students’ executive functioning skills. During that time, she also provided mental health services as a crisis clinician to individuals who were at psychiatric risk. Prior to her work in the field of counseling, Melissa taught high school English Language Arts for several years.
Dan Levine, President and Founder
Dan has worked in education for the majority of his career in various administrative roles, and as a consultant to schools since 2006. Dan has long thought that teaching students how to learn is as important, if not more important, than teaching pure content. He opened Engaging Minds in 2010 with a focus on teaching executive function skills to help students of all skill levels become confident, efficient, and independent learners. Dan earned his BA from Conneticut College and his Master's in Business Administration from Boston University.