5 Ways to Encourage Children to Become Confident Lifelong Learners

Learning how to learn helps children to develop individualized strategies that will enable them to thrive in and out of the classroom. So, while children are mired down by memorizing theorems, dates, and endless facts, how can we teach them to learn? Here are 5 ways to encourage children to become confident, lifelong learners.

The Popularity of the One-Way Video Job Interview

Students and young professionals have expressed anxiety and apprehension about these platforms, and often do not know how to prepare for this first interaction with a potential employer. The best way to support our clients is to practice interviewing with the same cutting edge video interview software that employers use.

7 Ways to Support Students’ Mental Health

Between the social-emotional post-pandemic catch up, global uncertainty and dangers, and the greater academic stresses in our more competitive world, students are more debilitated than ever by external stress factors. To accommodate students’ increased stress levels, schools can expand social-emotional learning programs, make a greater effort to recognize signs of trauma and behavioral changes in students, provide mental health support for students, and support mental health professionals in academic environments. 

4 Reasons to Write a Thank You Note

Nowadays, hand-written thank you notes, cards of any kind, are infrequently sent. With online methods of communication dominating the way we speak to one another, the best we can typically anticipate is a grammatically correct thank you email. But no matter how you choose to show your appreciation, there are many reasons to do so. Here are our top 4 reasons why you should send someone a thank you note – for a job interview, for a college visit, for any reason.

5 Strategies to Manage Stress While Studying for High School Final Exams

This is the first time in several years that most high school students will be taking in person final exams. This presents a new challenge for students, as they must find ways to recall and process a year’s worth of information, simultaneously managing the stress levels associated with test-taking.  Studying for final exams means more […]

4 Things to Consider as Students Look for the Right Fit College

Research is essential to finding that right fit college. This process includes taking virtual tours of schools, signing up for information sessions, digging into schools’ websites to find out more about opportunities inside and outside of the classroom, and, when possible, visiting a range of schools.

5 Ways to Encourage Students to Learn to Love to Learn

No matter what type of learner you are, no matter what the environment in which you were learning, this past year was a challenge for everyone. This includes students, teachers, and parents. Going forward cannot be a catch up race. We must foster a positive learning environment, an environment in which students learn to love learning, a supportive learning environment. Ultimately, this will help students make greater strides going forward.

Transitions: Moving Up to Middle School

[vc_row 0=””][vc_column][vc_column_text 0=””]Do you remember your first day of middle school?   Moving up, from elementary to middle school, is an important milestone (for both kids and their parents). Middle schools are big, busy, and overwhelming. Now is the perfect time to determine the best way to manage this transition.  A little advanced planning can go […]