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Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
Becky Wittig  Finding Success With The Odyssey Student
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Becky Wittig Finding Success With The Odyssey Student

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  • 1. Finding Success with the Odyssey Student
  • 2. FOCUS :
    • 1.Setting the Stage for Learning
    • 2. How to “Study your Child”
    • 3. Parent Learning Styles Inventory
    • 4. Student Learning Styles Inventory
    • 5. Scheduling Your Week
    • 6. Encouragement and Motivation
  • 3. 1.Setting the Stage for Learning
    • The parent as teacher needs to state short-term as well as long term goals.
  • 4. Prerequisite skills and background knowledge – related to learning levels
        • 1. Independent Level
        • 2. Instructional Level
        • 3. Frustration Level
  • 5. Setting the Stage
    • Teach to modalities.
    • Build interest in lesson.
    • Remove distractions .
    • Make the risk of trying manageable and the prospect of failing survivable for students.
  • 6. 2. How to “Study your Child
    • Three different learning styles or modalities:
    • Auditory – Hear it
    • Visual – See it or Watch it
    • Tactile/Kinesthetic – Touch it or Do it
  • 7. Scheduling
    • 1. Decide if your child works better in the morning, afternoon, or evening.
    • 2. Schedule the hardest subjects during your child’s most productive times.
    • 3. Experiment with frequent short breaks vs. fewer longer breaks.
    • 4. Decide if a traditional or a block schedule would work best for your child.
    • 5. Always try a schedule for three weeks before you give up on it.
    • 6. Children feel much more secure if there is routine and predictability in their lives.
  • 8. Encouragement and Motivation
    • Positive encouragement is one of the most powerful tools you can use to motivate your child.
    • It takes 11 positive comments to negate or cancel out 1 negative comment.
    • Make comments specific to the individual child and take out the element of competition with others.
    • Doing something one way and not being successful is another thing learned; don’t consider it failure.
  • 9. Student’s Basic Needs
    • Survival
    • Love
    • Power
    • Fun
    • Freedom
  • 10.  

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