Solutions for Smart but Struggling Students


Week 2: How to Meet Your Child’s Unique Learning Needs

Welcome to week 2 of the series! We're so glad you're here.  Today you have a wonderful opportunity to learn how to help your smart but struggling student thrive, from the top experts in educating bright & quirky kids. Gain insights and strategies to share with your child’s teacher(s) and school to help your child realize his or her potential.

What thoughts are these talks sparking for you? Leave us a comment below. We LOVE hearing from you!

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  1. Andre and Willa on October 1, 2019 at 5:12 am

    I have enjoyed each talk – love the bite-size information, as it gives one-time ot go on with other tasks while processing and these are easy to fit in between daily things – LOVE it 🙂

  2. Laurie on September 27, 2019 at 7:36 pm

    These sessions are just brilliant. I am taking the time to write notes for each one especially for things that stand out as a support for our family or school. We are on the cusp of deciding whether to leave school and home school (of some variety) so this is particularly awesome timing. It is giving my peace of mind in having the patience to support our child and a greater understanding in how to explain what is needed. Thank you for organising this Debbie!!

  3. Jane on September 26, 2019 at 6:06 am

    Loving every single talk. Feeling great about my parenting style and what I’ve done instinctively and now finding out there’s names for some of those things I’ve done/known and learning lots of great tips and ideas and just feeling great about how awesome we 2E folk are. Thanks Deb. Quality speakers – many I’ve heard speak many times like Seth Perler and Susan Baum but really enjoyed new ones (to me) such as Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D. and William Dodson, M.D.. I guess the only extra thing I’d love is speakers from other countries such as Australia and many of us follow your summits and find it hard to find people who really get 2E here! Thanks again.

    • Lauren on September 26, 2019 at 12:31 pm

      Glad you enjoyed these! RE: more international 2e experts, please nominate anyone you know of in your geographic area and we will consider for future programs!
      -Lauren with the B&Q Team

  4. Amie Ellis on September 25, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    Loving the summit so far! I have feedback on the format of the main page for each day. I think it would be tremendously helpful if you could include a paragraph offering a brief summary of what is covered in each video. Prioritizing has to happen for a lot of people who don’t have the ability to watch everything in the allotted time or the financial means to purchase the All Access Pass. That can be really hard with only titles to go by. A couple of sentences about each would be a big help with that endeavor!

    • Lauren on September 26, 2019 at 12:33 pm

      Thanks for the feedback, Amie. We have done something similar in the past with the longer summit talks. We tried a different format this time to make things more “digestible.”
      -Lauren with the B&Q Team

  5. Kate McWilliams on September 25, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    These are the most sympathetic and inspiring discussions of ADHD that I’ve ever heard!

    • Seth on September 26, 2019 at 10:40 am

      That’s awesome to hear!

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