Tara's Take - Parenting, Education & Life With Kids

Transitioning to High School

August 05, 2022 Tara Gratto M.S.Ed, MA, OCT Season 1 Episode 7
Tara's Take - Parenting, Education & Life With Kids
Transitioning to High School
Show Notes

When I asked my community on IG what topics they would like me to cover in a Back-to-School Special, several people asked me to speak about the transition from Middle School to High School.

I knew right away that I needed to invite my friend and colleague Amy Yeung to join me for this conversation.

Our combined expertise and extensive experience with facilitating transitions provided an amazing framework for what to expect when your child is moving from Middle to High School. There are also elements of this conversation that cover families with children moving from Junior to Middle School.

So, to round out my Back-to-School Podcast Special I’ll be tackling Transitioning to High School. We'll be talking about the kinds of things you can be doing to support your children through this process, in particular by raising are awareness of the difference between adult expectations and teen perspectives.

If you want to take the next step in setting yourself up for success this school year, enrol in my mini-course The Art of Saying Goodbye.  You will learn how to build a customized goodbye routine, how to gather parent clues to handle the ‘one mores’ and the importance of developing an understanding of goodbye with your child.

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