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”.
Setting goals is an important part of life. We set goals to help us get where we want to be academically, physically, and mentally. Here are a few tips to set meaningful goals that’ll help you improve and reach success.
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.
The importance of practice and review is a topic worth visiting ten times over. Students may not always understand or consider the amount of practice and work it takes to master a skill. Here, we dive into some tips for encouraging your students to be consistent with their practice schedule.
The perks of tailored instruction. This method challenges students while helping them expand their skills, knowledge, and confidence.
Why we use the term “Academic Mentorship” and how going beyond, just passing a test or completing an assignment, helps students build confidence, accountability, and independence inside and outside of the classroom.