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Do you want to get your kid through the end of the school year on a high note? How can you encourage them to do their best, without adding unfair pressure or coming off as nagging?

Stuart Shanker, professor of philosophy and psychology at York University in Toronto, will be online Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET to take your questions on helping your child do their best. Whether your child has behavioural issues, simply isn't trying hard enough or, even, is too focused on school work, Dr. Shanker can help.

Leave your question for Dr. Shanker now in the comment area of this article, or come back during the live hour to join the conversation.

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