Are you (or is your daughter) freaking out, failing, or secretly crying yourself to sleep about math?
Is math becoming a major source of stress in your family?
Do you wish that math could be something you actually enjoyed TOGETHER (as a family)?
Or maybe you (or your child) are (is) confident with math, but you’re already worried about what will happen when the material gets harder?
Next Saturday, February 27th, 2016, I’ll be speaking at a very special conference, Tech Savvy at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, which is one of the only conferences in the world with programming for both 6-9th grade girls AND their parents.
Join me for a special session for parents on How to Raise a Math-Confident Daughter (10-10:45 am for parents)
two sessions for girls – one on How to Be Math-Confident, and another immersive Math Mastery Mastermind Workshop!
In these workshops, 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.
-walk away with clear steps, case studies, and tools that you can use immediately to ensure math confidence and success.
And your daughter will:
-be nurtured in her creative, higher-level problem-solving abilities
-be encouraged to experiment in a completely supportive environment
-grow her courage and confidence as she discovers how much she can both learn from and help other girls!
Date: Sunday, February 27th, 2016
Time: 8.30 am – 4.30 pm (I won’t be speaking the entire day, but my presentations are part of the day-long event)
Location: Trinity College, Mather Hall, 300 Summit Street, Hartford
Cost: $5 per person (adult or student)
Click here to register!
This event will provide powerful support not only for your child but also for you as the parent, so it’s highly recommended that parents also attend!
I would love to see you there!
Sending you love,
And yes – everyone will receive their own sparkly purple butterfly 🙂