Ask any teacher, educator or parent of an adolescent and they’ll likely tell you that these years are filled with major ups and downs. A personal best goal setting approach to learning is when a student aims to do as well or better than their own previous best efforts. Focusing on one's self, instead of comparing themselves to their peers can lead to happier and higher achieving students. Read on to learn more.
This month's blog entry focuses on spring cleaning - for the mind. It can be extremely tough to accomplish tasks successfully when you've got dozens of responsibilities swirling around in your brain. This haphazard way of managing tasks can result in mediocre or negative outcomes, instead of reaching one's full potential. The same can be said for our school-aged children who have numerous assignments, tests and projects to manage, not to mention extra-curricular activities. Enter, S.M.A.R.T. goal setting. Click here to read on.