Time Blind Student and How to Help

How to Help a “Time Blind” Student

Students who are “time blind” struggle to manage their time effectively because they aren’t aware of how much time is actually ticking by. This makes it challenging for a time blind student to complete their daily schoolwork and other responsibilities, as well as plan ahead for their future.

So how can parents help a time blind student become more productive?

what are the signs that your child needs a tutor

4 Signs Your Child Needs a Tutor

There are obvious indicators, like grades or a child who regularly complains that they “can’t stand school.” But there are also more subtle signs that a student is struggling academically and needs help.

In this blog, we’ll explore some signs that show your student needs individualized academic attention to catch up and build confidence.

Planning ahead and Sunday sessions

Preparing for a Successful School Year and the Power of Sunday Sessions

Strong executive function skills often make all the difference between daily family stress over academics and helping your child become more independent and successful this school year.

In this blog, we asked one of our experienced executive function coaches to weigh in on the type of support kids need to cultivate their executive function skills at the start of the new school year. Plus, learn about the power of Sunday Sessions.

campus tours and other summer activities to impress colleges

10 Essential Summer Activities for College-Bound Teens

Your child can use this summer as an opportunity to help their future college applications stand out. In fact, summer break is the perfect time for high schoolers to prep for college, explore possible career interests, and demonstrate they are creative and motivated to work hard and go after goals. In this blog, we will explore ten summer activities to impress colleges and ensure future college applications will stand out.