“High School Prep: A Strategic Transition from Middle School to Higher Grades” [podcast episode #215]

Listen to “High School Prep: A Strategic Transition from Middle School to Higher Grades” with Ann Dolin, M.Ed.

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If you’ve got a tween on your hands, you recognize that middle school isn't any cake walk: Multiple teachers, private schedule duty, and long-term assignments all require more independent thought and focal point. In 9th grade, that truth gets kicked up a notch.

Instructors, assignments, and expectations in top school exchange from difficult-yet-guided to less forgiving, much less arms on, and extra pressure-packed (especially with transcripts and school packages to take into consideration). On top of that, your teenager’s schedule starts to overflow with pals, sports, and jobs, no longer to point out all of the time beyond regulation he or she will need for finding out. The transition to high school will also be a real shocker for unprepared scholars and families, but it surely doesn’t have to be.

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This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live to tell the tale April 5, 2018.

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