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Get Involved With Your Child’s Education This School Year
Researchers and education professionals continue to find that a family’s involvement in their child’s education is not just beneficial, but essential. Parental involvement is closely tied to student achievement, high motivation , self-esteem and more. But how exactly should you get involved, and how much? Are certain activities more beneficial than others? Here are several suggestions on how you can get involved with your child’s education this school year—and make the most of those efforts.
Huntington Learning Center Suggests Winter Break Learning Activities
It's holiday break, and if you are in need of a few ideas to help keep your child entertained and learning these next few weeks, Huntington Learning Center has several suggestions. "Your child deserves a reprieve from school work, but there are many things you can do as a family that will keep your student engaged," says Eileen Huntington, co-founder of Huntington Learning Center. Huntington offers the following winter break learning activities for inspiration.
The Art of Prioritization: Helping Children Manage Their Homework Time Effectively
When children move into middle school and high school, it becomes more important than ever to manage their time effectively. With multiple subjects and teachers, it can become burdensome to keep track of everything and many children struggle at homework time with where to begin. While a solid time management system is critical, to keep homework time moving along, your child needs to master the art of prioritization. This helps you save time by identifying tasks that deserve immediate attention, those that are important but less pressing, and those that can be considered “long-term” to-dos.
Report Card Review: Turning the Year Around
Though hard to believe, the school year is nearly halfway over. As the holiday season quickly approaches, your elementary student will soon receive his or her second report card, which serves as an even more revealing indication of academic performance than the first.
Six Questions to Ask at Parent-Teacher Conferences
It’s time for your first official sit-down of the school year with your child’s teacher. While it’s perfectly fine to go into the parent-teacher conference without a lot of advance preparation, you can make the very most of this discussion by thinking through what you’d like to talk about ahead of time. The parent-teacher conference, after all, is arguably one of the most essential tools you have to guide your child in school. Be sure you collect as much information as possible in order to support your child’s success.
Three Things To Consider When Your Child Gets a Bad Report Card
One question that is often asked by parents is what to do when their child receives a bad report card?
Tips to Improve Learning Skills & Academic Success
Planning & organization are learning skills that students can implement in order to succeed & reach their potential, learn more about other skills here.
Find Out How Tutor Services Help Students Increase Their Understanding
Subject tutoring and test preparation are just a few of the tutor services offered by Huntington Learning Center that prepare students for the school year.
5 Tips to Make it a Great School Year
As your child starts the new school year, it’s the best time to set the tone for positivity. As Eileen Huntington of Huntington Learning Center says, a bit of “mental preparation” can help children and parents kick things off on a good note. “We tell families all the time that attitude has a major impact on how a child views school,” she says. “Parents who communicate with their children about school and its importance and embrace an optimistic demeanor about how to tackle challenges along the way have a tremendous influence on their children’s outlook as well.”
Establishing a Good After-School Routine
Ray Huntington offers suggestions for parents who want to help their child establish a successful after-school routine.