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Feeling nervous about parenting tweens? Perhaps you’re right in the thick of raising a teen and looking for a little SERENITY NOW, we’ve got strategies on dealing with the reality of school, teen social issues, and understanding why your bright teen does seemingly stupid things sometimes. Find show notes and more at mathformiddles.com/podcast

On Middle Ground Podcast Adrianne Meldrum: Owner of Math for Middles

    • Kinder und Familie

Feeling nervous about parenting tweens? Perhaps you’re right in the thick of raising a teen and looking for a little SERENITY NOW, we’ve got strategies on dealing with the reality of school, teen social issues, and understanding why your bright teen does seemingly stupid things sometimes. Find show notes and more at mathformiddles.com/podcast

    Supporting Your Teen’s Efforts in Writing [023]

    Supporting Your Teen’s Efforts in Writing [023]

    In this episode, we’ll talk with my good friend Ryan Bates about how to support your teen in writing.  Ryan’s background is in history which over the years has changed from the memorization of dates and events to synthesizing history and writing about it.  The skills Ryan teaches students to apply to other subject areas as well.  
     
    We’ll discuss:
    How to calm the overwhelm and anxiety that can be produced from writing How to organize thoughts How to create a flow for the paper How best to support students either through paper/pen or technology

    • 50 Min.
    Dyslexia in the Middle School Years [022]

    Dyslexia in the Middle School Years [022]

    Join me as we chat with Natalie, an educational therapist specializing in dyslexia.  Natalie and I discuss what happens when a child with dyslexia hits middle school.  Sometimes a child goes undiagnosed and then all the problems surface in middle school!  
    We’ll dive into:
    How dyslexia can present itself in middle school What to do if suspect there’s an issue What support to seek Grab all the details and links inside of our show notes:
    mathformiddles.com/episode22

    • 38 Min.
    Teaching Teens to Plan Wisely [021]

    Teaching Teens to Plan Wisely [021]

    Joining me today is founder Leslie Joel of Order Out of Chaos, a planner and time management company.  We'll discuss how Leslie developed her planner, how she teaches students to "see" time, how to use your time wisely, and what life skills she believes teens need to be working on right now.
     
    Head to our show notes to connect with Leslie and learn more about her planner and other courses for families and teens.
     
    mathformiddles.com/episode21

    • 40 Min.
    Finding the Humor in Raising Teens with Adrienne Hedger

    Finding the Humor in Raising Teens with Adrienne Hedger

    Adrienne Hedger is a mother of two teens and a cartoonist. She manages to find the humor in clothing choices, morning routine drama and giving your dog more love than your own kids.
    Tune in to listen to how Adrienne finds her inspiration for her weekly cartoons and how she taps into this during moments of pure frustration.
    Her middle school moment is one not to miss!  She shares her secret to getting all the boys in school and you guessed it...it's hilarious. 
    Be sure to head over to the show notes to view actual pictures of Adrienne's middle school moment and take time to sign up for her weekly email.  It's the highlight of the week!
    mathformiddles.com/episode20

    • 28 Min.
    Dyscalculia + Meg Crayons

    Dyscalculia + Meg Crayons

    For as long as Meg can remember, she hated math.  It all began in first grade when she noticed her peers were getting answers faster than she was and so began the anxiety cycle that caused her to skip lunch and ultimately make her want to go home.
    Meg was a mystery to her teachers.  She didn't qualify for special ed services and it wasn't until she read My Thirteenth Winter much later in life that she realized she struggled with dyscalculia, a math learning disability.
    Listen in today and I bet you'll hear a lot of similarities to what your own child may be experiencing.
    By the end of the show, you'll hear how Meg was able to use her strengths and ultimately become a first-grade teacher and life coach.
    Be sure to head to the show notes and connect with Meg.
    mathformiddles.com/episode19

    • 41 Min.
    Back to School with the MFM Team [018]

    Back to School with the MFM Team [018]

    After a busy summer, the MFM team is compiling some tips and tricks for back to school time.
    Get all the details at MathforMiddles.com/episode18

    • 18 Min.

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