Helping Your Child Be More Self Reliant in the Distance Learning Era

Adults · Learning
As parents, we all know that our children need to develop into independent learners. What we didn’t expect was that our students would need to be fast-tracked into becoming more self-reliant due to the distance learning demands. The burden of ensuring our students are on track and keeping up with their work has fallen on the shoulders of parents across the world. After 20+ years of developing executive functioning skills in our students, we can help you address these challenges.

In this session, you’ll learn about:
• Distance learning and its challenges for student development
• Strategies for developing executive functioning, time management, and study skills in your child
• Tips for being a home school parent
• How to help build healthy habits for your child
Audience: Adults
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December 3, 3 PM EST
For Adults · 45 mins

506 of 600 spots reserved

Meet Our Instructor

Ben Neely
Chief Product Officer for Revolution Prep, the leading provider of professional academic and test preparation tutoring. As CPO, Ben oversees the Curriculum, Product Development, and Engineering teams, leading Revolution’s strategic direction on product vision and development. Ben has spent almost two decades developing curriculums and teaching standards for the online learning space, having successfully transitioned from a classroom math teacher to providing the structure for Revolution’s delivery of more than one million hours of teaching delivered online. Ben has delivered presentations on the topics of academic achievement, growth mindset, college admissions exams and much more to more than one hundred thousand families across the world.
Ben is pursuing his doctorate in Educational Leadership at UCLA with a focus on how to develop intrinsic motivation in math students. He also has a BA in Physics from the University of California, Berkeley.
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