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How Does Your Child’s Brain Work: Shape Habits for a Life-Long Love of Learning

Join our webinar to explore the fascinating world of the early adolescent brain, and learn how to foster a life-long love of learning. Best for parents of children ages 11-14!

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Date

Wednesday, May 17th, 2023

Time

5PM PT | 8PM ET

Location

Online (Zoom) Webinar

Help your child create a love of learning that will last a lifetime.

In this webinar, you'll learn how to understand the adolescent brain and its impact on learning in students ages 11-14. Our expert panel will share practical strategies for managing distractions, increasing focus, and motivating your child.

Our webinar will cover the following topics: 👉

Understanding the adolescent brain and how it affects learning in students ages 11-14

Understanding the adolescent brain and how it affects learning in students ages 11-14

Extracurricular and Leadership (ECL) mentoring

Strategies for managing distractions and developing effective learning habits

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How to motivate your child and create a love of learning that will last a lifetime

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How Rise programs can support your child's academic and personal growth

Meet Your Speaker: Cassidy Goldblatt

  • Graduated from the University of Michigan (B.M.) and Boston Conservatory (M.M.)
  • James B. Angell Scholar, Alaura Scholar, and NMUSA grant recipient
  • Oversees Crimson’s youth programs,
    Rise and Boarding/Day Admissions
  • Has supported Crimson students’ admission to Johns Hopkins, Cornell, Vanderbilt, UC Berkeley, University of Michigan, and more!
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