- Tip #1 FOR YOUR TEEN : Picture you as the “A” student, then be that person! “If you can dream it, you can be it, if you can imagine it, you can become it!”
- Tip #2: Participate in class – raise your hand on that Zoom call! Even if you are NOT 100% sure of the correct answer. Demonstrate to your teacher your willingness to be a part of the lesson and your desire to learn.
- Tip #3: Learn the value of connection with a professional adult so that when it comes time to ask an academic question, your communication flows with greater ease and you can even enjoy rapport with your teacher.
- Tip #4: Make an appointment with your teacher if you need further clarification. Remember, your learning is your responsibility. This means a Zoom appointment for many of you!
- Tip #5: Re-charge your energy! (Remember, teachers LOVE to see their students’ motivation and eagerness to learn. What ACTIONS do you need to take to show you are an “A” student?).
REMEMBER, ACTION CREATES CLARITY WITH SCHOOL SUCCESS AND COLLEGE ADMISSIONS!
There is always something positive with your child’s school work even if the grade does not show it sometimes…we must let go of the outcome and focus on the specific action it takes to produce our best.