BRIGHT & QUIRKY PRESENTS

Solutions for Smart but Struggling Students

Session 4: What to Do When Kids Need a Time Out from Learning

Susan Baum, Ph.D.
Running time: 7:50

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1 Comment

  1. PH on October 16, 2019 at 12:31 pm

    The suggestions are more idealistic than realistic. Time out to work on a special project with an outside mentor…if only. Many parents of 2e kids have to work within the framework of the public school setting. Can we have a practical discussion on how to do this?

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