Nationally Recognized Speaker,

Educational Consultant,

Author, Columnist, & Blogger

Specializing in 21st Century Skills-
Preparing Students for a Rapidly Changing World
Strategies For Success in an Era of Digital Distraction
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What are the Skills

Self-Reliant Students

Need to

Thrive in the 21st Century?
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When Challenges Arise
21st Century Students

Pivot,

Persevere,

Problem Solve,

& Prevail
Self-Reliant 21st Century Students

Manage Their Time
They Proper, Prior, Plan, and Practice to
Prevent Poor Performances
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About Victoria Olivadoti

The Homework Doc

Victoria is an educational consultant, nationally recognized speaker. Her over 50 years in education has been focused on developing resilient self-reliant self advocates who know how to tap into their innate ability to independently solve challenges. 

Her innovative programs proved to be just what her third students needed to effortlessly transition into Covid learning. She and her class of 8 and 9 year olds co-created an amazing learning experience, while they honed the life skills necessary to take them into a rapidly changing world.  

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Her Success Formula:

D+C+MM+TM=
Success in School And Life

D

Device Management

C

Communication Skills

MM

Mistake Management

TM

Time Management

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