Why–And What–Teens Should Read Outside of School
May 12 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
We all know that today’s teens should read more, but the more salient questions about why or what they should read often go unanswered. Mike Bergin of Chariot Learning has answers to share in the form of research supported facts and strategies for building regular reading habits. What will you learn from this free interactive online seminar?
- Is reading a skill that can be improved?
- How often should teens read to unlock real mastery?
- What are the benefits of stronger reading skills?
- How do broad reading skills impact school grades and test scores?
- What nonfiction and fiction books are best for high schoolers?
- With limited time available, what kind of reading should teens prioritize?
This parent seminar is free, but advance registration is required. Register through our Student Information Form and specify either the Teen Reading seminar. We will reply to registrants by email with the invitation to this Zoom seminar.
ABOUT YOUR PRESENTER: A nationally recognized leader in test prep, Mike Bergin founded Chariot Learning in Rochester, NY in 2009 to deliver on the promise of what truly transformative, individualized education can and should be. After over 25 years of intensive experience in every aspect of standardized test preparation, he knows what works in test prep and what doesn’t. Mike is also the co-host of Tests and the Rest, the college admissions industry podcast, founder of the free testing and admissions answer site TestBright, and President of the National Test Prep Association. Lastly, Mike is the co-author of the Amazon bestseller Crash and Learn: Lessons in Business.