Posts tagged middle school
Do Kids Who Can Afford Tutors and Support Have an Unfair Advantage?

Do tutors and test prep centers provide an unfair advantage to students? What are the disadvantages of academic advantages? We look at the resources available in the school setting and how parents can make the best choice for helping their child receive extra academic support.

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Why you Can't Get your Child Motivated about School

Parents always want to talk about motivation. “My child is not motivated.” Let’s chat about that statement. Is your teen truly unmotivated? Or do we need to look at why school isn’t motivating your teen? We look at these questions on episode 29 of School Counselor Gone Rogue.

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Why you Can't Get your Child Motivated about School

Parents always want to talk about motivation. “My child is not motivated.” Let’s chat about that statement. Is your teen truly unmotivated? Or do we need to look at why school isn’t motivating your teen? We look at these questions on episode 29 of School Counselor Gone Rogue.

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How College Cheating Scandals and Bribes Impact your Child's Education

Getting your child into college should not include bribes or photo-shopping images or your child’s head on an athlete. What does the college bribe scandal started by college counseling adviser Rick Singer, mean for your child? There’s a lot of conversations we need to have. Let’s discuss how the cheating scandal impacts your child.

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Finding your Zen as a Teacher with Dan Tricarico

Teaching is a noble profession, but how do we keep passionate teachers and prevent burnout? Join Marni Pasch, host of School Counselor Gone Rogue and author of The Zen Teacher and Sanctuaries Dan Tricarico , as we discuss teacher self-care, burnout and the future of education.

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How to Start a New School Year with a Fresh Approach

Changing your study habits doesn’t have to be difficult. Study habits can be difficult to change when you are expecting perfection. Students should focus on the small school tasks they can change and track their results. When a teenager tries to change their school behavior, it is important to celebrate their progress.

Learn the steps to tackle study changes here!

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