Any student learning new material, particularly something extremely challenging, can suddenly find their mind in a spin and further progress stops. Sometimes the mind turns to mush or you find yourself staring at the page and not seeing anything, or even find your thoughts wandering far away. Basically, the mind stops absorbing the information. However, [read more] …
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I get the question often. Should parents encourage their kids to pursue a career in an activity they love such as music, dance, theater, or art? There are no easy answers and certainly different answers for different children. However, let me share with you how our family processed this question. My daughter is a violinist [read more] …
I see it often this time of year. In the craziness of college applications (and spending too much time online reading the unsubstantiated views of others), perspectives can become blurred and we can forget our original intent for our child’s education. Perhaps we picked our educational path in order to nurture our child’s mathematical precociousness [read more] …