The transition from elementary school to middle school gives the phrase a whole new world a different type of feeling (anxiety, night sweats, and nausea...and that’s the parents).Read More
Finding volunteer opportunities as a middle school or high school student can be difficult. Here are ideas to help your child find volunteer positions this year!Read More
Want to know the secret to becoming a successful student? Getting good grades in middle school or high school isn’t as hard as you might think! We discuss the only tool a student needs to achieve their academic goals.Read More
Preparing for finals can be scary- especially if you year grade depends on it! We look at the study tips a middle school, high school or college student can use to help them prepare for a successful end of the school year!Read More
The transition to middle school can be scary. Here are the five most frequent concerns I hear from students and how parents can help ease the transitions.
Do you know a teen that needs some extra help with time management? Let’s look at some of the best productivity available!
How do we motivate teenagers when they refuse to study? Why is school work so hard? Click here to look at how parents and teachers can rethink motivation.
Is your child or student struggling with note taking? What if there was a better way? This article breaks down doodle notes and how to bring them into study time.
Middle school students need to practice and build these 3 study skills. Working on these study skills will allow your child to enter school with confidence. Read this article to start building on the basics.
What are the key differences between elementary school and middle school? We discuss the main differences in this post that helps parents ease the transition to middle school.
Should your freshman take advanced placement courses? Is your teenager ready for the challenge? We look at five areas to consider before signing your child up for an AP course.
Advocating for your child or student is vitally important to the well being of the child. The more you understand the unique needs of students with learning differences, the more you can help them flourish in the classroom. Here are three resources to help adults advocate for students with invisible disabilities.
Trying to decide if AP Courses are the right fit for your child? Louisa Porzel, a certified teacher and tutor, provides this guest blog on AP Courses.
Stressed out students become burned out adults. How do we help our children practice self-care when anxiety and stress take over?
When a child brings home low grades how can a parent help?
We looks at strategies and ideas to help your struggling student rebound from a low report card.
Are you dealing with a stressful relationship with your child or students? School-related arguments can start as early as elementary school! With the stress of parenting a struggling student, comes a visit from someone I call - Monster Mom.Read More
A parent's reaction to poor school grades is to look for a tutor to work with their struggling child. This is typically followed by your child screaming they have no desire to meet with a tutor
Could your child be right? Maybe a tutor IS NOT the answer to your child's school struggles.