Our years of experience teaching Educational Psychology and Clinical Psychology to graduate students at the University of Southern California have instilled in us an appreciation for the unique opportunity and responsibility associated with primary education. We are thrilled that someone like Victoria Olivadoti is willing to share what
she has learned about learning through her books, seminars and consultative efforts. She has designed and fostered an individualized learning strategy (process) in her students. Each student leaves her class secure in knowledge that they possess study/learning skills that many college students would envy. We believe she is an
excellent resource for parents and educators alike.
-Michael Morris, Ed.D. Clinical Psychologist & Terri Morris, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist
“As a parent and teacher advocate, I believe this is a powerful book. It goes to the heart of creating a meaningful homework experience for students.”
-Marc Ecker Ph.D. Superintendent Fountain Valley School District
“This book is a goldmine of techniques from which students ages eight to eighteen can benefit.”
-John Sullivan Assistant Head – The Pegasus School
“Ms. Olivadoti has helped hundreds of students achieve success using these methods. Students and parents know that this system works. Students learn that effort and persistence not only brings academic success, it brings confidence and a ‘can do’ attitude – an invaluable skill that is theirs forever. ”
-Laura K. Hathaway, Ed.D. Founder/Director, The Pegasus School
“The end result of this program has been a greater independence and confidence and the development of life long problem solving skills for our child.”
-Jim Goss -Burbank School District GATE Parent Advisory Committee
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