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Webinar Recording: Strategies for Maximizing the High School Years

strategies for maximizing the high school years

Webinar Recording: Strategies for Maximizing the High School Years


Recently, I had fun helping answer questions for an Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) webinar called "Strategies for Maximizing High School." Would you like to watch the recording?

You can watch Andrew Pudewa (Institute for Excellence in Writing) and Woody Roberston (CollegePlus) as they share salient points on this important topic and answer your questions on writing, thinking, and speaking.

Watch the Strategies for Maximizing High School recording here. (Feel free to share this link!)

Download the webinar slides here.

In the course of the evening, I saw these two sweet comments come through when Andrew Pudewa was introducing me.
Emily Pitman: "I recommend Lee's resources to everyone. To my chaos she has given a great outline! Thank you, Lee!"

Katie Lehmann: "Mrs. Binz - you have been exceedingly helpful in my own parental 'can do' feelings relating to high school transcripts. I saw you in VA. It was very inexpensive and highly impactful."

If you need help with transcripts, I have three ways to help you.
Free class: Grades, Credits, and Transcripts
Online program: The Total Transcript Solution
Paperback book: Setting the Records Straight

During the presentation I was typing like crazy, helping out with the questions about transcripts. Fun stuff! I hope you enjoy the recording!

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