At some point, every parent has nagged their child. It is just in our nature as parents. We nag because we are frustrated and don’t know what else to … [Read more...] about Does Nagging Work for You?
Late, Lost or Missing Homework? Uncovering and Addressing Executive Functioning Struggles In Students Another week and another missing assignment … [Read more...] about Uncovering and Addressing Executive Functioning Struggles In Students
We have all heard the term “Mean Girl.” According to a recent school study, nearly 1 in 4 girls reported being bullied during the year. This is in … [Read more...] about Culture of Kindness
Recently, the Washington Post featured an article Seven ways parents and educators can improve kids’ middle school experience. This article does a … [Read more...] about Steps to a successful Middle School experience
On the first day of school it’s hard to tell who is more nervous, parents or students. You all want the school year to be a success, but there is some … [Read more...] about Back to School Jitters? Or a Bigger Issue?
Instead of being a snowplow parent, give your kid a shovel and show them how to use it. Helicopter parent, snowplow, lawn mower, bull dozing, … [Read more...] about How to stop over-parenting and let your kids tough it out
Guest Post by Current TSS Parent If your 5-10th grade student isn’t thriving at their current school and you are considering other options, I … [Read more...] about We switched schools mid-year. Maybe you should too.
A Conversation with Karyn Ewart, Ph.D. on Radio Hotline with Dennis Price Why can't school be fun and engaging? When did school become all about … [Read more...] about “Finding a Love of Learning”