As graduation time rolls around, high school seniors around the country will be facing waves of mixed emotions. Relief that high school is over; elation to be moving on; and of course, sadness that friends forged over years – if not for more than a decade – will be going their separate ways.
How you can apply Dr. King’s teachings to your kids’ everyday lives.
After the crazy holidays, these tips are more important than ever.
Hint: a little preparation goes a long way.
How about a New Year’s resolution you can actually get excited about – like having fun with your kids every day?
@EducationNation and Parent Toolkit teamed up with Eboni-Rose Thompson (@Eboni_RoseT), Alliance Engagement Manager at America's Promise and Mike Garringer (@MENTORnational), Director of Knowledge Management at MENTOR, to chat about the importance of mentoring for students. Take a look at what happened during the conversation below. Our #ToolkitTalk chats occur monthly. See what's coming up next and catch up on all of the past conversations.
A little reminder that learning doesn’t only happen in the classroom.
@EducationNation and Parent Toolkit teamed up with Faye de Muyshondt (@socialsklz), Founder and Author of socialsklz:-) for SUCCESS, and Dr. Shari Seiver (@DrShariSeiver), Interim Director, Missouri School Counselor Association, to chat about gratitude and manners during the holidays. Take a look at what happened during the conversation below. Our #ToolkitTalk chats occur monthly. See what's coming up next and catch up on all of the past conversations.
Although Aunt Shirley’s demand for a hug is coming from a place of love, forcing our children to have unwanted contact with another individual is an act of coercion.
It’s an emotional, valuable show to binge watch with the entire family during winter break.
It starts way before the college personal essay.