RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: by Wendi Ostroff, 5/11/18 Summer is not quite here yet, but many teens are thinking about what they can do to prepare for high school. While summer should be a time for relaxing and having fun, it can also be a time to work towards your goals. For some […]
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RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: By Wendi Ostroff, 3/15/18 Visiting a college campus is one of the best ways to determine whether that college is a good fit for you. That being said, not everyone can visit every college they wish to apply to and possibly, attend. Exploring college websites and taking a virtual […]
RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: By Wendi Ostroff, 2/21/18 Middle school aged students and college planning is a big question that does not have to involve stress or being a helicopter parent. It should be interpreted as guiding students early to provide them with the tools needed for college and life. Junior high school […]
RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: By Wendi Ostroff, 11/17/17 The time management and organization skills you develop now as a student or young adult can be beneficial for the rest of your life. No matter what grade or age you are now, it’s not too late to make some adjustments to how you plan […]
RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: By Wendi Ostroff, 10/25/17 Everyone is busy these days, working, multi-tasking, and trying to manage it all. As parents, it’s important to take an active role in your child’s education and attending the parent-teacher conference is one way to achieve that. Arriving on time and prepared to discuss how […]
RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: By Wendi Ostroff, 9/24/17 There are dozens of words, phrases, and acronyms out there in the world of college prep. Start with these nine and you’re off to a great start. Unweighted vs. Weighted grade point average (GPA) – an unweighted GPA is out of a 4.0. On a national […]
RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: by Staci Jackson, M.A., CCC-SLP (edited by Wendi Ostroff) Many children who are not engaged in learning activities during the summer find they have forgotten things or fall behind their peers at the beginning of a new school year. Summer learning loss or “the summer slide” is the phenomenon […]
RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: This packing list is geared for freshman/first-year students heading off to college. It has everything you can think of, and then some. When you customize this list, be sure to: 1) Check in with your roommate about certain shared items (labeled below) 2) Check school website for updated information […]
RECOMMENDED READING From California Learning Center: Who doesn’t love summer time? Whether your summer is 3 weeks or 3 months, there’s plenty of time to relax and recharge. If you’re looking for some things to do to be engaged and productive while still having fun, here are some ideas, and in no particular order. READ- […]
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