Is your son/daughter about to start college? Or is your son/daughter a new college student and still trying to find their way around the craziness that seems to define their daily life?
This guidebook is for parents (or super-focused students) who want a better understanding of the tiny nuances that comprise a student's ever shifting responsibilities.
Here is a map of what's inside:
An explanation for and defense of your hands-on involvement with your student’s college experience (despite what society—and even colleges—have to say about the issue);
Detailed, month-by-month pointers and anecdotes about the nuances of students’ fall and spring semesters;
Note pages placed in between the month-by-month pointers, with room for your personal reflections;
Little hints and general pointers to further keep you (and your student) in the loop;
Occasional pieces of advice tailored to helping students with their work; my pointers are born of some of the struggles and issues I have seen students endure over the years.
My tips emerge from my expertise and experience in the field of English Education, and perhaps most importantly, as a former college student who has made her fair share of mistakes by simply not knowing what I did not know.
This illustrated, 20-page guidebook is available for immediate download. You can read it on your computer, iPad, phone; if you prefer to print it, the guidebook's simple design makes it easy to do so.
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Note: This guidebook is for personal use only and cannot be copied or distributed in any way without written permission.