With a career background in early childhood education, I feel like I should be able to help my own kids with whatever they need for school.
However, that’s often not the case for parents. That’s why it can be so valuable to hire a tutor for supporting your child’s academic success. In today’s episode, Karima Davis gives us the ins and outs of hiring a tutor for your kids.
As an Academic Success Strategist, Karima has built lasting relationships with students, families, teachers, and administrators, maintaining a focus on providing unparalleled academic support at all times. In teaching students with learning differences, high-achievers, and those in between, she’s discovered the magic that happens when students are allowed to embrace their uniqueness and uncover their strengths. Most importantly, her focus is on supporting the “whole child” and balancing academics with mental wellness.
In Today’s Episode, We Discuss:
- Karima’s approach for tutoring students
- Why it’s important to help your students see their own potential
- What executive function coaching is
- What support options are available through tutoring
- How parents can support their kids with their tutoring and studies
- How Karima supports families through virtual learning
- Karima’s biggest piece of advice for parents
Karima reminds us that success shouldn’t take away your children’s happiness.
I hope you enjoy this episode and her tips for helping your children be successful AND happy.
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