“High School Prep: A Strategic Transition from Middle School to Higher Grades” [podcast episode #215]
Tune as Ann Dolin, M.Ed., suggests strategies to ease the transition to high school and face the challenges of multiple teachers, personal schedule responsibility and long-term assignments.
Listen to “High School Prep: A Strategic Transition from Middle School to Higher Grades” with Ann Dolin, M.Ed.
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If you’ve got a tween on your hands, you know that middle school is no cake walk: Multiple teachers, personal schedule responsibility, and long-term assignments all require more independent thought and focus. In ninth grade, that reality gets kicked up a notch.
Instructors, assignments, and expectations in high school change from difficult-yet-guided to less forgiving, less hands on, and more pressure-packed (especially with transcripts and college applications to think about). On top of that, your teen’s schedule begins to overflow with friends, sports, and jobs, not to mention all of the additional time he or she will need for studying. The transition to high school can be a real shocker for unprepared students and families, but it doesn’t have to be.
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- How ADHD (Inattentive Type) Looks A Lot Like Learning Disabilities
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- High School Is Different. Your Study Strategies Should Be Too.
- “Should I Talk Openly About My ADHD in High School?”
This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on April 5, 2018.
Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series. The audio has been captured from live conversations (sometimes over a telephone), not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additude.com/webinars/
Updated on July 15, 2021