If you are like many parents, you are constantly trying to figure out how you can help your teen, preteen, or child learn better so that they can do better in school.
Well this is the EXACT topic we discussed in The Working Mom Mindset Podcast.
I have been featured as a guest expert on this new podcast and I am so excited to share it with you!
The episode is called: Teaching Our Kids HOW to Learn; Why labels aren’t accurate and Everyone is Intelligent!
With the host Natalie Ihde, we discussed:
my personal story of failure; how I almost failed 5th grade and went on to be valedictorian of my high school graduating class
Why students get labeled and why every student really has the ability to do well
How I help kids learn these skills on their own and relieve parents from some of the overwhelm
Why you shouldn't get a tutor
How to get free help and resources when your child is struggling
Reasons your preteen/teen DOESN'T need a tutor
How to teach our kids the skills needed to LEARN in school
And MUCH more!
This interview was SO much fun that I had to share it with you, so that you can have the help YOU NEED to help your child do better in school!
Go check it out and listen to the Podcast Episode!
Want to learn more about the top skills your teen needs for academic success? Click right here to get more information and how to get these skills for your teen.
Your friend and personal tutor,
P.S - If you are a parent of a teen that is struggling in school, and you NEED daily encouragement like this, then I would love to invite you to join the support group for parents, called Academic Accelerator for Parents of Teens. Here I provide support, encouragement, and resources for you to help your teen or preteen do better in school. I’d love to have you join us!
Hey there! My name is Rachael and I have been a private tutor for over 10 years. I earned my undergraduate degree in 2 and a half years and earned my graduate degree by age 22. I have tutored dozens of high school students, college students, and graduate students. I offer support, encouragement, and resources to help parents learn how to best help their teen or child that is struggling in school.