Standardized tests like the SAT are difficult to navigate. Especially if you’re alone. With the pressure to perform well coupled with the challenge of locating the right resources and strategies bearing down on you, preparation feels overwhelming. So, what do you do? Get personalized SAT tutoring — one that fits your unique learning style. We’ve […]
Short answer: Because the way I do it, the students gain skills they’ll actually use throughout their adult lives. My buddy Tutor Amie and I were discussing this recently: Check out the clip. If you didn’t know, I host a podcast with Amie Dorsey called “Wes and Amie’s Excellent Conversation” (on YouTube). In this episode, […]
Pretty much everyone I talk to these days has a higher-than-usual level of difficulty and frustration, but we’re all working hard to keep that stuff from leaking into our conversations unwittingly. I really appreciate that emotional effort. I’m also grateful that being on the receiving end of that effort helps me do my part on […]
Amy Coney Barrett recently delivered a speech in which she pronounces poignant as “POIG-nunt.” (Here’s the clip.) Mispronouncing a word doesn’t make you “dumb” or “less than” or anything of the sort. But it does suggest that you are not routinely engaged in vigorous discussions with brainy sorts. And that strikes me as a real problem […]
Julia Gooding of One Sky Education interviewed me in order to introduce me to her clients. We had a much more powerful conversation than I expected!
Learning. Education. At first glance, the two might seem interchangeable. We certainly use them that way. After all, both relate to gaining knowledge and skills, don’t they? What’s the first thing on your mind when you hear ‘Education’? You think classrooms, textbooks, strict curriculums. Learning, on the other hand, provokes a broader, more organic sense […]