If there’s one thing all teachers feel would make their jobs easier, it is student participation. Your job is to engage your students in learning, after all.
The Huntington Learning Center will celebrate National Teacher Day on May 7, 2019, alongside educators, students, parents and communities around the country.
It’s easy to tell that a child needs tutoring when he or she continues to receive one poor report card after the next, but there are a number of other less obvious signs that parents shouldn’t ignore. Eileen Huntington of Huntington Learning Center says that parents can look for clues in a number of places. “Stressful study sessions and bad grades are the tangible evidence of a child’s school struggles, but there are several other indicators to watch for,” says Huntington. “The sooner you recognize school problems, the faster you can help your child overcome any issues and boost his or her confidence.”
In order to truly implement the philosophy of differentiated instruction, it is important to get a grasp on the theory and to understand why some teachers and tutors deem it necessary.
For some children, learning to spell is incredibly frustrating and something that never seems to get easier or less confusing.
Tutoring helps students in different situations.
These days, helping your student strengthen his or her test-taking skills takes on new meaning if you live in a state that has adopted the Common Core State Standards and the standards newly aligned assessment tests.
Retrieval practice is a form of memorization that goes something like this: You read a passage. You recall information from that passage immediately after reading by taking a test. You retain more information over time compared to people who don't use retrieval practice.
Throughout our 36-year history, Huntington Learning Center has stayed in tune with the needs of our students.
Many parents work hard to find ways to teach their children to be good citizens and caring people, but with a little planning, you can also foster your child's interest in reading at the same time.