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Posts tagged with: parenting

Alex I think the gap year programs are highly sort of underutilized. What do you think about the gap year program?  Rana I think the gap year program is right for a lot of kids. I think sometimes parents are...
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Alex I’m joined today by Rana Slosberg. In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree in systems engineering from New York University, Rana has an independent educational consultant certificate from University of California, Irvine. She established her organization, Slosberg College...
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Alex What do you think the future of education looks like for students with anxiety? And how has the global pandemic sort of changed that?  Ellen It’s really hard for me to know exactly how the global pandemic has changed...
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Alex Now, you mentioned there the kids with sort of slower processing speeds and results of anxiety with that, and then the kids with higher processing speeds and different forms of anxiety with that. What are the treatments look like?...
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Deciding to send your child to a private or boarding school is a difficult decision ...
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Alex So your other book, Straight Talk About Psychological Testing for Kids, does a deep dive on how psychological testing works and how parents can use it to help their kids. Could you talk about this a little bit? Specifically,...
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There are many challenges parents of college students face, but we've prepared tips and strategies to help you both have a smooth transition....
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Alex In the last episode, we considered the support structures for students with IEPs, 504s, and the like in college. This episode we’ll extend the concept of support to the general student population. What are the best ways to support...
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When I was 18 my throat sealed up, covered with giant white lumps like little pebbles on the tonsils, so pronounced I couldn’t swallow without biting pain. they dosed me up on Codeine at the health center set beside Lamont...
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It’s November and the first snowfall is forecast for later this week.  School’s been in session for a few months, first quarter grades have been tabulated and assigned, students are beginning to see results flow from their attention to study. ...
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