Dr. Robyn Odegaard Reveals the 7 No-Fail Secrets to Stop the Drama!
Roger and Virginia interview Dr. Robyn Odegaard PhD., on issues concerning the drama of upset relationships and disharmony in families, sports teams and the corporate workplace. “Doc Robyn” reveals the 7 No-Fail Secrets to Stop the Drama. Doc Robyn is President of Champion Performance Development (http://www.ChampPerformance.com), Founder of the Stop the Drama! Campaign (http://on.fb.me/hYwJ4e) and author of the soon to be available book Stop the Drama! The Ultimate Guide to Female Teams. Her doctoral degree is in psychology of organizations with a concentration in sport and performance. Following a successful career of applying her principles in corporate America, she has taken her leadership, teamwork, communication and conflict handling strategies and created a framework for young women, coaches and parents that enable them to put an end to the drama of relationship disharmony that too often afflict their endeavors. Doc Robyn is a frequent speaker and coach to Athletic Trainers, Networking Groups, countless college student bodies; and even theNCAAWomenCoachesAcademy. This is a must hear interview for parents who see a need for improved relationships with their student children. It will also help them help their children to better grades. This is Part 1 of a two part interview with Dr. Robyn Odegaard PhD. Here you’ll learn the secrets that earned Doc Robyn accolades such as these from her clients: “Doc Robyn made a big impact on our team! I don’t know where we’d be without her.” And, “Doc Robyn helped our team become whole again. I am eternally grateful for what she did.”
Dr. Roger McIntire Speaks on How Students Win in School or College
This is Part Two of our interview with Dr. Roger McIntire PhD, who is the author of Raising Your Teenager: 5 Crucial Skills for Moms and Dads and Raising Good Kids in Tough Times. Dr.McIntire is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Maryland, where he taught for 32 years. An award-winning columnist, McIntire shares his wisdom in the Martinsburg (WV) Journal and other publications. As a child psychologist, a consultant and a teacher of teachers in preschools, grade schools, high schools and colleges since the 1960s, McIntire has worked extensively with families and children of all ages. He is the father of three children, now adults. Dr. McIntire’s scientific writings, over 100 in all, address everything from infant vocalizations, eating problems, and strategies for teachers, to high school motivation and college retention. One of the key points Dr. McIntire makes is: “Happiness in Childhood Depends on School.
This show focuses on the vital information all parents, teachers and students need to know if they are going to be truly successful in their learning or teaching activities. This show deals with three of the barriers to learning and how to prevent them. It also gives you answers on how to detect and undo the damage done when your child or student is suffering the effects of these learning barriers.
We each have our own method of learning—and you should allow your child to do it it’s way! You can’t dictate this to a child. If you try to dictate how your child should learn, you’ll crush the kid and give them losses. Similarly, you must strive to facilitate an optimum balance between cause and receipt (the child being causative versus being made to inflow from the parent/teacher) in the learning process. If you violate either of these principles you risk sending your child down through the three levels of student decline to the bottom where the child goes into failure and gives up. We also discuss the point that dyslexia may well be the mark of a higher of a higher level of natural ability . . . not the disability that conventional wisdom holds it to be! Tune in to get this latest on what research has revealed on these important issues.
The Learning Curve addresses the issue that all of life is a learning curve. Your success and that of your children depends on the ability to learn. This introductory program deals with the basic principles involved and how everyone’s natural ability to learn is too often blocked, thus leading to a failure to learn, and what you can do about it. It’s a dirty little secret that the current educational system in America is the actual reason why, the cause, of the poor grades our kids are getting.