I’m very excited about this rare upcoming West Coast appearance!
On Tues 1/31 at 6 pm, I’ll be speaking to parents at the Montana Avenue Public Library in Santa Monica, Los Angeles about how to raise a math-confident daughter!
Come and join me, and please spread the word to parents who you think may be interested!
Math can be an enormous source of parental anxiety, where even the most math-confident parents can find themselves stuck when it comes to supporting their own child. Make sure that math anxiety isn’t an obstacle to your daughter’s dreams.
This talk/workshop will provide you with groundbreaking tools to build and nurture your daughter’s math confidence, including:
• the difference between perfectionism and mastery
• growth mindset
• how to use “negative” emotions to achieve math success
• flow state (how to use the sweet spot between boredom and overwhelm)
• mastery orientation, and more
You will discover how to support your daughter to achieve true mastery, rise to the top of their class, and even come to experience math as a source of joy and a type of self-expression.
You’ll walk away with clear steps, case studies, and tools that you can use immediately at home to ensure math confidence and success.
Talk title: End the math freakout: How to raise a math-confident daughter
THIS TALK IS FOR: Parents of creative, passionate, unique daughters from 4th grade through high school who are having issues with math and know that something needs to change.
Date: Tuesday, 1/31
Time: 6-7 pm
Location: 1704 Montana Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Cost: Free and open to the public.
I would love to see you there!
Sending you love,