I have been writing blogs for 2 ½ years. I started in October, 2014 and have consistently written 1-2 blog posts a month. If you are a long-time subscriber to my newsletter you might remember one or two of the posts I have listed today. However, if you have just joined me at Wildewood Learning you will want to take a look at some of my past writings. Here are six post that I have written over the last 2 ½  years that have helped my readers with post high school planning, motivation and parenting.

Enjoy!

 

Top 5 Resources for Developing Strengths in Your Teen: Strengths are your natural talents. You are born with your talents and over time develop and build skills around those talents. In this post I highlight a variety of resources to help identify and build on your teen’s strengths.

 

The next three posts are the summary of a presentation I gave in a careers investigation class at the local high school. One of the services offered through Wildewood Learning is assistance to parents and teens in creating a post high school road map to the future.

Who Are You? (Careers Investigation part 1)

Why? (Careers Investigation part 2)

Sweet Spot (Careers Investigation part 3)

 

Parenting teens can have challenges. I should know; we have four teens ages 13-18. I wrote the next two posts to give parents hope. I know what it feels like to have the unexpected happen or to watch my sons or daughter struggle through a tough day. There is hope on the other side of the struggle.

Your Teen is Failing School. Now What?

What to do When Your Life Isn’t a Bowl Full of Cherries

 

There are many resources about planning for after high school, helping your teen identify personal talents and supporting parents through the teen years. However, there is nothing like having someone assist you in seeing hope for the future.  Please contact me to set up a time where we can “Explore Your Teen’s Future”.

Wildewood Learning can help you and your teen unleash your brilliance!

 

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Kathy Magnusson M.Ed.

Kathy Magnusson, M. Ed, support parents in creating educational options for their teen. She has been in the field of education for over 20 years and is passionate in engaging young adults in unleashing their unique brilliance. As an educator and coach, Kathy has supported parents in finding ways to help their teen feel more capable and confident. When she’s not chasing after her own four teens on a farm near Roseau, MN, you can find her serenely kayaking or relaxing with a good book at the family lake cabin in Ontario, Canada.

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