All too often, we find ourselves cast in the role of "procrastination prosecutor," so the question bears asking, "Could it be that procrastination isn't such a bad thing after all since many students don't seem to see a problem with it?" Read on to find out...
The Real Reason Kids Procrastinate and Tips to Overcome It
Thursday, February 13, 2014
12:15 - 1:00 pm
During this webinar, you will learn why students procrastinate in the first place (it may not be what you think) and what the research reveals when it comes to tackling this pervasive problem. Join us for practical tips for kids of all ages.
The number one question parents ask me is: How do I get my child to care about his or her grades? I want to share a few of my top dos and don'ts for improving motivation and rewarding students for grades.
If your son or daughter's school has adopted the Common Core standards, then you've probably heard of "21st Century Skills" and how important they are to your children's future. However, you may not have actually heard what they are...
The symbolic end to your parenting journey - the college admission process - is one of the most significant periods in your child's life. Searching for the "perfect fit" school can require a lot of time. By starting to plan in sophomore year, it will make the college admission process more manageable. Here's what you can do...
2014 Dyslexia Association Conference
Overcoming Obstacles: Reading, Attention, and Executive Functioning