Today’s guest is Joanne Foster, an educational consultant and author of several parenting and educational books. Her work focuses on supporting and encouraging children’s well-being, intelligence, creativity, self-confidence, and productivity. As a mother of two and grandmother of three, she has over 30 years’ experience working with gifted children. She recently wrote an article about the lure of extracurricular activities. It’s a topic that every family has to face and deal with in their own way. Join us!
What you’ll hear in this episode:
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Being Smart about Gifted Education by Dona Matthews and Joanne Foster
Beyond Intelligence by Dona Matthews and Joanne Foster
Not Now, Maybe Later: Helping Kids Overcome Procrastination by Joanne Foster
And an article that Joanne was inspired to write after our interview:
Too Invested in Your Child's Activities and Performance
Where to find Joanne:
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