Teachers are professionals who are often under-appreciated and overworked and they should be respected at every turn. But, we are all human and sooner or later you will meet a teacher that you can’t get along with. Perhaps your differences are simple incompatibility or perhaps you disagree on discipline or strategy; whatever your issue, be respectful and kind so your child continues to benefit from their expertise.
Middle children do have it tough; they have to live up to the achievements of their older sibling and compete with the cuteness of their younger brother or sister. Middle children really do tend to get less attention simply because your oldest child had you all to themselves for a while there and the younger one’s needs are greater.
We often push our children to do well at math and feel frustrated when they fail. Most of the time, it isn’t simply a case of not working hard enough. Knowing the exact reason why they aren’t performing to their potential is the first step in solving the problem.
Teachers are your allies in education. They are uniquely qualified to recognize learning styles, social issues, learning difficulties, special talents and behavioral issues that your child may experience. Teachers have the training and experience to recognize difficulties and nurture their talents, but no one knows your child like you do. When you work together with your child’s teachers and tutors, you can form an effective education team.
Emphasis for learning is very seldom placed on writing, and yet it is the cornerstone of a successful student. The ability to communicate effectively and outline ideas and understanding is central to getting good grades. When students are able to express themselves confidently, they will succeed in learning and in life.
New clothing, school fees and school supplies can pose a financial burden. However, there are ways to reduce the costs and get more for your back to school buck.
It’s almost time to get back to the books so start a few new habits that will create a happier, healthier home for you and your children. Habits take only a couple of weeks and a little discipline to start, but they will ease the tension in your home, mean less nagging for you and better grades for your students.
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that makes it difficult for students to read letters and symbols. Dyslexia is the most common learning disorder which, sadly, often goes undiagnosed. As a parent, you are in the best position to pick up on dyslexia and help your child with techniques especially formulated to overcome the problem. Children with dyslexia can go on to have extremely successful academic careers.
The teenage years are tough for both parents and children. You can help support your child through tough times by sticking to the fundamentals and keeping your eye on the bigger picture. While teens may seem sophisticated in their tastes, the things that make them truly happy are surprisingly simple.
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