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"Mom, it's summer vacation..." My response, this summer and all summers proceeding and following, "This is your summer vacation from school, not learning. Get busy!" Welcome to your journey as a life long learner. My tween may not appreciate my kind gesture today or tomorrow, probably not even with this decade, welcome to parenting. 

Thank you to Mindprint Learning for a complimentary assessment as part of the #Mindprint Blogger campaign with the New Jersey Blogger Network for the purpose of facilitating this advertorial.

If you have a gifted child, your biggest academic concern may be to ensure that your child is properly stimulated in school. Many gifted and talented programs offer more work or a faster pace. For most gifted children, these programs are more than sufficient, particularly when offered in academically competitive schools and the child participates in a range of extracurricular activities. When school programs do not meet all your gifted child’s needs, Mindprint offers an excellent variety of appropriate materials to supplement classroom work.

– Wendy Matthews, Mindprint Child Psychologist

Before returning to middle school, I decided it would be in the best interest of my son, myself, as well as his teachers for us to take time to perform an online academic assessment. Always a very eager learner and high performing student, we were concerned with his lack of academic enthusiasm during the previous school year. Before we allowed him to adopt negative behaviors (last minute completions, disorganized note taking, poor planning skills) to become habit. Reading (not listening to his parents) is one of the most effective ways for him to process information. With that fact in mind, reading an actual evaluation report of his academic strengths and weaknesses would help him to best conceptualize his study plans moving forward.

This was our first experience with Mindprint Learning, I was pleased to know that the unique Mindprint online assessment was created to be taken in the comfort and convenience of your own home or chosen location. The recommendation from Mindprint Learning is to dedicate about two hours of quiet, uninterrupted time to complete the assessment that identifies the child's learning strengths and needs. The reports from the educational profile assessment helps to best prepare parents, teachers and other support staff to help your child to work to their full potential. Mindprint Learning is geared toward students ages 8 through college level. Providing your personalized expert analysis of test results based on national norm standards. The analysis includes learning strategies devised from rigorous scientific studies from the Brain Behavior Lab at Penn Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.

My son is excited about having completed the assessment without needing to study (or cram) for the evaluation. He easily completed the assessment at his desk, as I sat nearby. With a personalized analysis and learning strategies for his optimal learning conditions, we are all confident in knowing that he is on the path to academic greatness as a lifelong learner.

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