Did you know that 84% of students study by re-reading, the most inefficient way of studying? Award winning author Ann Dolin, M.Ed. will teach you the top three, research-based study skills students need to not only be successful in school, but to reduce stress surrounding academics. Parents will learn strategies to decrease procrastination, tips to avoid all those distractions from media, and most importantly, communicate better with their kids.
On Saturday, April 21 at 9:30am, Herndon UMC is offering a session on how to Learn More in Less Time and Reduce Test Anxiety Along the Way: The Science Behind Studying with Less Stress. This session is free and open to anyone in the community. A short presentation will be made by Ann Dolin, M. Ed., followed by breakout discussions. Coffee and doughnuts will be available.
Ann Dolin is a former FCPS teacher and the founder of Educational Connections Tutoring. She can be found on WTOP Radio and News Channel 8 as a monthly contributor. Ann's been featured in The Washington Post, Women’s World, Washingtonian, Redbook, and Parents Magazine. She’s the author of the award-winning books Homework Made Simple and A Parent’s Guide to Private Schools. Her newest book, Getting Past Procrastination: How to Help Your Kids Get More Organized, Focused and Motivated (without being the bad guy) will be published this summer.
This will be the April meeting for Herndon UMC's Youth Support Group.