Study skills & Time management
Read feedback from one Westchester County mom on this class: “In the first session, Dr. P expanded on the material (presented in her Rye Free Reading Room talk; see video below) and taught specific time management strategies to help students account for all of their academic, extracurricular and social obligations. Additionally, she provided detailed note-taking instruction, and taught study skills to prevent last-minute cramming and aid long-term retention of content. In her final session, she shared many valuable insights from her experience as a teacher to help students navigate various situations, such as group work with unequal participation from all members. We found this course extremely helpful, and highly recommend it for middle and high school students. We think this would be a very valuable program for any community and family.”
2019 lectures by dr. p.
College Planning for 9th & 10th Graders & Their Parents
February 7, Rye Free Reading Room
February 26, HS for American Studies PTA
April 2, Hendrick Hudson Free Library (watch the video here)
Note-Taking and Studying Effectively: A Workshop for 6th - 12th Graders & Their Parents
Setting Your Clock for Success: Time Management for Students Grades 6-12 & Their Parents
Free youtube lessons
From intro to French, to Global History, to writing your Common App personal statement and time management, Dr. P.’s got you covered!
Click at left to see dr. p. in the classroom
Watch a few snippets of last spring’s Study Skills course at Hommocks MS
Ask Dr. P. to Speak
CURRENT Workshop Topics
- Setting Your Clock for Success: Time Management Tips for Students in Grades 6-12 and Their Parents
- Organizing Spaces and Materials: Take Control of Your Backpack, Take Back Your Life! (For Students in Grades 6-12 and Their Parents)
- Studying and Note-Taking Effectively For Students in Grades 6-12 and Their Parents
- Self-Care and Taming Anxiety For Students in Grades 6-12 and Their Parents
- Building Positive Relationships Between Home and School (For Students in Grades 6-12 and Their Parents)
- Goal Setting For Students in Grades 6-12 and Their Parents
- College Planning for Parents of HS Freshmen and Sophomores (Can be offered with or without a financial component; this part of the talk is delivered by Robert Falk, CFP, Merrill Lynch)
- College Planning for Parents of HS Juniors
- The College Application Essay (For Students in Grades 11 and 12 and Their Parents)
- The College Application Process (For Students in Grades 11 and 12 and Their Parents)
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