How to guide your student towards success and achievement. Structuring good habits, providing support, and working hard to reach goals and prepare for future opportunities. How to create your own luck!
Tracking progress, knowing when to intervene, and communicating with your child’s teacher about their academic performance can be overwhelming. We’ve got tips, strategies, and questions to ask yourself, your child, and your child’s teacher to make the process more manageable and effective for everyone.
Overwhelmed by college entrance exams, mid terms, finals, or continuing education assessments? Test anxiety is common for so many people. We’ve got several tips to help you prepare and manage the stress.
“My Mentor…” posts are short pieces written by members of the Trilogy community to highlight their passion and the mentors that had an impact in their lives. This post is written by Pooja N.
Tips to help students navigate and build peer relationships. Focus on empathy, communication, and mindfulness. Download Week 1 of Trilogy’s Month of Mindfulness Activity.
Academic Mentorship is more than a grade - it’s about the relationship and the growth that comes from having someone to support, encourage, and inspire you. Not everyone needs a tutor, but everyone can benefit from having a mentor!
We all want our children to succeed and reach their full potential. Here is what we can do to support and encourage our students as they discover what success means to them and pursue their goals and ambitions.
What does success mean to you? We encourage parents and mentors to talk about what success means with students and help them define it for themselves. There is no “one size fits all”.
Let's take a look at some things that you can do to encourage goal setting and follow through with your student.
Beyond homework, helping students revisit content areas and putting in extra time to practice can build their knowledge and teach them tenacity.