“My child has ADHD, how do I help?” Luckily, there are many options available to parents helping their child cope with ADHD. Before pursuing a plan, make sure you take these 4 steps to support your child.
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Have you ever wondered if your child’s challenges in school are due to undiagnosed ADHD? You’re not alone, but it’s important to know what to look for. Check out 6 common behaviors amongst school-aged children with ADHD.
Is reading comprehension more-reading-less-comprehension for your child? Well, you’re not alone. Here are 5 of the most common reading mistakes you may not realize your child is making.
What have you heard about IEPs? Individualized education programs are known for providing certain students with additional classroom resources. Many parents wonder whether or no their student would benefit from an IEP, but here are the basics they should know.
Time is fleeting, but especially for parents. Somehow, for so many of us, the day never seems long enough. So how can those with the most time-intensive life-style find more time? Check out these 5 strategies for families dealing with time-shortages.
We often ask our young learners to study, but have we ever taught them how to? Students aren’t ever formally taught how to study. Consequently, students tend to struggle to find effective ways to review for exams and quizzes or use study time. Here are ten things you and your child may want to consider for making the most time spent studying.
Are we right to compare in-person learning with virtual learning? Although tempting, the side-by-side comparison of digital learning with brick-and-mortar schools is likely unfair, if at all useful, here’s why.
We’ve each witnessed the power of positive thinking at some point or another. What role does positive thinking play in our child’s education? Developing healthy mental and emotional practices, and choosing positivity, are much more integral to student’s growth than you might think.
Rewards can go a long way when motivating your learners. Teachers have long used reward systems as a means to positively reinforce anything from classroom behaviors to study habits. These days, with students learning from home, a reward system offers them something to look forward to and retrains their focus.
How do we become better math students? The truth is, there are at least a million ways to hone your math abilities. Figuring out what study habits and plans work for you is a bit of trial and error. However, we’ve put together a list of the six most effective fool-proof ways to growing your math skills and increasing your test scores.