Navigating High School College Podcast

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Navigating High School with Johnny M. Dueñas interviewing five outstanding high school students, at least one from each grade level (Alexis, Lucia, Galilei, Colton & Diego).

In today’s episode, we have five outstanding high school students from different high schools and at least one from each grade level, ninth thru twelfth. Today’s show is unique because you will get to listen directly from the students regarding what they are saying about virtual learning. I believe it’s important to hear directly from the students about what they are experiencing so that we have a better understanding of what our future leaders are experiencing and to have a better understanding of how they are Navigating through these challenging times.

Navigating High School with Johnny M. Dueñas- In this episode, I want to empower the student and the parent by going over a general overview of the four years of high school and pointing out some key areas for each grade level.

Welcome to Navigating High School, sharing my experience as a high school counselor & interviewing other education experts who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school & be college or career ready. In this episode, I want to empower the student and the parent by going over the four years of high school and pointing out some key areas for each grade level. I will cover a general overview of the high school system, and in the near future, I will cover each grade level in full detail.  Today’s show will be just a summary.  I welcome feedback and requests for other topics. Contact me at navigatinghs@gmail.com or visit my website at Navigatinghighschool.com.

Navigating High School with Johnny M. Dueñas interviewing a 20 year veteran teacher Rosi Dueñas

Welcome to Navigating High School, a podcast where I share my experience as a high school counselor and interview other experts in the education field who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school and be college or career ready. In this episode, we interview a 20-year veteran teacher Rosi Dueñas who provides insights and her expert advice on how to navigate through school during these times. I welcome any feedback and requests for other topics you’d like to see covered on the show. You can contact me at navigatinghs@gmail.com or go to my website at Navigatinghighschool.com Thank you for being a part of my “Navigating High School” podcast and look forward to hearing from you.

Navigating High School with Johnny M. Dueñas-Preparing For School This Fall

Welcome to Navigating High School, a podcast where I share my experience as a high school counselor and interview other experts in the education field who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school and be college or career ready. 

2020 will definitely be a year we’ll never forget. I was telling some of my friends the other day that 2020 is the year of the perfect vision, and I really expected this to be a great year, but of course, this was before the pandemic hit, and since March it’s been an insane roller coaster ride for all of us. I sure didn’t expect to start this school year the way it ended. I’m sure you all didn’t predict that either. Think about it; we didn’t even know what COVID-19 was at this time last year. I truly was hoping we would start the school year as I have for the previous 20 years, but unfortunately, that’s not the case. With a new school year right around the corner and coronavirus infections still on the rise teachers, students and parents are more anxious than ever. It’s normal to feel anxious about the uncertainty of the future and the disruptions to your usual routines. It’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Even though there are so many unanswered questions, most schools will be opening up with online learning versus the traditional classroom setting. I personally believe that in-person instruction is critical for our students’ social, emotional, and intellectual development. Still, unfortunately, due to the drastic increases in COVID-19 cases, most districts around the nation feel more comfortable using online platforms for the foreseeable future.

I’ve put together some tips to help you make the most of your studies until we’re all back on campus. 

1. Create a useful structure; 2. Organize yourself – your way; 3. Technology Technical Support; 4. Grading System; 5. Watch out for the isolation blues; 6. Keep Everyone Active

Welcome to Navigating High School with Johnny M. Dueñas- A Podcast To Help Your Child Succeed In High School And Be College Or Career Ready

Welcome to Navigating High School, a podcast where I share my experience as a high school counselor and interview other experts in the education field who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school and be college or career ready. I welcome any feedback and and requests for other topics you’d like to see covered on the show. You can contact me at navigatinghs@gmail.com or go to my website at Navigatinghighschool.com Thank you for being a part of my “Navigating High School” podcast and look forward to hearing from you.