No-Cost Parent Seminars/Webinars Programs
Webinars & Seminars for Parents of Elementary, Middle & High School Students
Our highly dynamic, action-specific, and interactive no-cost parent seminars/webinars provide easy-to-implement best practices, tools, and strategies for how they can support their students at home.
Ample time for questions and answers is provided.
Over 173 schools, parent-teacher associations, (PTA/PTO/HSA), teen centers, libraries, and other non-profit organizations, have hosted our no-cost parent seminars/webinars.
- Motivating the Unmotivated Student
In an action-specific, and interactive webinar, parents are invited to learn a few tips, tools, and strategies to motivate, inspire, and support their students.
- 8 Ways to Support Your Student in the New Learning Environment
In this highly dynamic, action-specific, and interactive seminar, parents are invited to learn best-practice, tools, and strategies to support their student’s study practice
- 5 Ways to Transition Your Student Back to School
Parents will learn how to transition their students back to school after summer, or an extended break.
- 5 Ways to Fight Learning Loss
Parents will learn best practices, tools, and strategies to support their students over the summer, to minimize learning loss, and the dreaded summer slide, so they can be ready for school in the fall.
- 7 Ways to Support Your Student’s Study Practice Without Losing Your Mind
During this powerful one-hour presentation, parents will learn how to support their students with seven tools and concrete ideas that can be implemented right away for better results and grades.
- 7 Ways to End Homework Battles
Parents will learn how to motivate their students and end the homework power struggle.
Collaborative Parent Seminars
- Essential Steps to Get Your 9th and 10th Grader School and
Parents will learn the important steps freshman and sophomores should take for a successful path to college. Presented in collaboration with Collegewise. https://collegewise.com/
Contact us to find out more about how to offer these valuable programs to your school and community: 203-307-5455 or email us.