Why Do Kids Have a Hard Time With Math? Few subjects are as cumulative as math. If your child bombs a unit test in social studies, they can move on to the next unit and score well. This is rarely true in math. Concepts taught in third grade will continue to be relevant in calculus. … Continue reading How To Help Your Child With Math at Home
Stress from school has many adverse effects on students’ mental well-being and physical health. Yet it can be difficult to tell the difference between normal feelings of anxiety and abnormal stress levels. Read on to discover symptoms of stress you should watch out for and learn how to relieve stress from school. Common Sources of … Continue reading Student Stress Levels: 6 Signs You Should Look Out For
What Does Academic Success Look Like? Academic success often measures a student’s performance on standardized tests and report cards. However, this view doesn’t consider the individuality of each student. Many gifted children excel on standardized tests and easily achieve all A’s on their report cards despite being unmotivated and disengaged in their courses. Other children … Continue reading Strategies for Academic Success
1. Write Down What Tasks Need To Be Accomplished Writing down tasks that need to be accomplished can help your child stay focused on the task at hand by providing a clear sense of direction. It can also help your child prioritize their tasks by distinguishing the most important tasks from the less important ones. … Continue reading Concentration Techniques Every Parent Should Teach Their Child
Insufficient Sleep Many young people suffer from a chronic lack of sleep. One recent study found that 34.9% of children aged 4 months to 17 years got less than the recommended amount of sleep for their age group. According to the survey, Black children experienced the highest levels of sleep deprivation, with 50.8% of these … Continue reading What Are the Common Causes of Student Stress?