Category Archives: confidence

An open letter to students receiving standardized test scores

Previously, I published excerpts from a letter that a friend shared with me. She said that a principal sent it home to the students. Here is the link to that post https://aceitnow.wordpress.com/2013/10/06/test-scores-whats-really-important/ In recent feedback, I was told that the … Continue reading

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Test Scores: Whats REALLY important?

A friend of a friend shared this with me today. I love this. My friend said:┬áMy daughter’s new elementary school principle sent this to all the students as they received their state standardized testing scores this week: “We are concerned … Continue reading

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Ways to help develop your purpose and your confidence

Do you feel adrift, purposeless, or clueless? Does your student or teen seem adrift or undefined? Do they lack that spark or glow you wish they had? Sometimes it helps to get them writing. I don’t care if the writing … Continue reading

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School difficulties and heartbreak? I can help you get your self-esteem back

Have you (or your loved one) lost your self-esteem when it comes to learning? Oh gosh, so had so many of my students and clients. How does that happen? It happens painful failure after painful failure. You feel as though … Continue reading

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