“Does your child need more repetition, less structure, more opportunities to experiment? Do they need to work with tools, or will they cut their finger if you hand them a saw? If you know what will or won’t work for them, you don’t need to put them through so much stress, you can give them different opportunities. Kids will find their own way of learning if you give them a chance.”
What in the world is CONATION? Experts have been researching and publishing reports about the mind for ages. Psychologists, therapists, and even teachers and school personnel have been dropping terms like “affective” and “cognitive” since your first parent/teacher conference. Here’s your chance to spring one on them. Conation is the action you take based on your instincts. Derived from the Latin word “conatus” which means any “natural tendency, impulse, or directed effort”.
Simply put, it’s not the thinking (cognitive) or feeling (affective) part of the mind. The conative part of the mind contains the instincts that drive behavior. Everyone has a set of strengths and talents that are perfectly suited for problem-solving. Discovering your child’s unique M.O. (modus operandi) will help them create their own solutions using their natural way of doing things. This gives them more confidence and helps them be more productive, relaxed, and stress-free.
The Student Aptitude Assessment identifies the WAY you take action.
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