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How Parents can Prepare for a Parent-Teacher Conference
With the school year underway, it’s time for the first big milestone: parent-teacher conferences. Parents should use conferences as an opportunity to reflect with their child on how things are going so far.
What is Social Emotional Learning and How Can It Benefit Your Child?
Helping your child develop social emotional skills and embrace social and emotional learning are both important in your quest to help your child achieve. Here are the five key areas of social emotional learning and tips to help your child cultivate these aptitudes.
Seven Questions to Ask Your Child About School
Ready to make this new year a great one? Start things off right with open, honest communication with your child about school and how to go into the second half of the school year with the right attitude. Here are several questions to ask your student as you start the spring semester that will help ignite your child’s motivation and self-empowerment.
Tips for Parents on Navigating Homework Time with Your Child
As students move throughout elementary school and toward middle school, the role of the parent evolves. Here are tips for parents in determining the role they should play during homework time.
Tips for Teaching Children How to Get Organized When Doing School and Homework
Many kids struggle with organization, but being organized helps them succeed in school. Organized students have many advantages over those who are not, especially during homework time:
Helping Children Improve Attention and Focus
Whether your child struggles sometimes with getting distracted or deals with a syndrome like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, knowing how to rein in the focus is invaluable for every student.
Six Ways Smartphones Enhance Learning
The debate about cell phone use in school is ongoing and for good reason. While there is no doubt smartphones can prove distracting to some children, there are some very real benefits for children who own them.