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Success in Education

In this episode of Grow Global, Jingyu Li teaches us about Success in Education.

With a Master of Education from the prestigious UMass Amherst, Jingyu Li comes to our podcast to educate us about how to be a bit more successful at school.

We will address questions such as…

How can we change the definition of success, in a school system where they expect you to be good at everything?

How can parents and educators come together to set students up for success?

How can we incentivize our schools to provide different teaching methodologies?

Do we need to ask for a change in the school curriculum and their teaching methodologies?

About our speaker...

With over ten years of experience educating Massachusetts’s and California’s youth; Jungyu Li is an expert when it comes to addressing the educational needs of American kids as well as the educational needs of the Asian-American community.

Jingyu has served as an educator at different charter schools as well as international schools all over America.

She is currently a n E-Learning Specialist.

About LifeSmart Education and the show...

Since 2014, LifeSmart Education has positively impacted over 750 youth and adults with valuable life skill training and educational travel tours.

We are committed to serving the children, youth, and families of Ohio and the world by creating high-quality educational programs. Our mission has expanded. As of 2020, LifeSmart Education has brought to its team volunteers from all over the world – That way, creating a multicultural nonprofit.

Our mission is expanding and reaching different countries. This made us realize, that our children will encounter different cultures, visit new countries, and will learn new languages as time goes by. Grow Global is our official podcast which intends to bring parents, educators, and experts together.

Our goal is to prepare our children and youth for the cultural challenges and exchanges that they will face in the real world. These lessons are intended to prepare our youth and families for the cultural challenges ahead of them.