If it’s important to see your child’s mark change, then you need to have a conference with the teacher and ask some very specific questions. Here is last 7 out of 16 questions.
If it’s important to see your child’s mark change, then you need to have a conference with the teacher and ask some very specific questions. Here is the first of 9 out of 16 questions.
A difficult part is that a child earns status in school, and potentially, in the rest of their world, depending on their school performance. Children are not the letter grades that they get.
An “A” is great for certain kids, but for some kids, a “C+” is amazing. How do we not judge our kids for the grades they get? Better yet, how do we help our kids to not judge themselves compared to others?
Together Everybody Achieves More (T.E.A.M.) Invite people to be on your T.E.A.M. that are going to hold you accountable and be your cheerleader as you embark on being the best parent you can be!
My friend Sarah committed suicide when I was in high school which defined my career path. Sarah became stuck in her life story and didn’t know how to move beyond it. My mission in life is to have people not be defined by their story.
Our experiences shape how we see situations and therefore, how we (re)act to life. Be conscious of what you want out of life, where you stop yourself and where you limit yourself.
Anxiety is on the rise in children as failure is not looked as an opportunity. Also, our children are compared all through their schooling life based on a system that does not support failure.
Amazing results come in life when we change our habits. Anxiety causes the same feelings and body changes as excitement does. People transform when they work through these feelings.
If we learned to walk as adults, there would be a lot of people not walking around. Why? Because as we go through life, we get a Delete file, the “All The Things That Can Go Wrong file” and we give up. Fail often and fail early! As well, give celebration, support and encouragement to those who fail.