“My daughter constantly leave everything to the last minute. Then assignments become a panic and she often doesn’t end up submitting her best work. It’s so frustrating. What do you suggest to help her manage her time better and get things started well before the deadline?”
Here’s the thing:
Often it isn’t about time management at all.
Here are the 3 REAL root causes of procrastination
(or a lack of motivation, or whatever you call it!)
that need to be addressed first
and – important! – why no amount of nagging will solve them.
I feel it’s important to open this by stating that I’m not qualified in or have specialist training in specific learning difficulties.
I’ve taught students with a wide variety of learning challenges and adapted my teaching to aid and support them through professional development for teachers and guidance from other experts and specialists in this field.
So, I’m sharing tips based on my experience of working with education specialists, students and their parents in these ways 🙂
There are so many more options available to students as ways to study and revise these days.
Hence the great Q this week which asks:
“Is Anki a good revision tool to use?”
(My teacher brain reeeeally wants to add ‘Explain your answer.‘ onto the end of that!) 😂
Whether your teen uses Anki, or you’ve never even heard of it…
I explain all and dissect the pro’s and con’s (including a couple of must-do’s and must-NOT-do!) that you can apply to ANY revision tool or strategy – digital or otherwise.
Want more tips on revision and exams?
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Have you ever proof-read one of your teen’s essays and felt that sinking feeling as you realise you are reading the same thing over and over?
If your son or daughter has a tendency to slip into the waffle zone when writing essays then this video is definitely for you.
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