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On any given school night, a common question parents ask their teenagers is: "Do you have any homework?" or "Have you studied yet?" What those parents should be asking, is: "Does my child know how to study?" Unfortunately the answer is often no, yet having strong study skills are the key to academic success-whether in middle school, high school, or college.
Why does studying feel like a prison sentence? Common phrases like 'no pain, no gain' give the impression that we ought to be suffering whilst we study. It's almost as though the only way to know if we're putting in enough work is the sense of hardship we endure.
Are you still searching for them? The active study techniques for high school? Well, then you're not alone. I know that because I was a high school student once. And I know how hard it is to get good results at subjects we don't like.
Although school can be difficult there are some steps to get your child started right an continue throughout the school year. Schooling can be stressful, tiring ad demanding. The children go through many physical and mental challenges as they grow. Every grade has its challenges.
When children return to school in the new year, many parents dread the homework battles. But parents can do a lot to head off those conflicts by setting and committing to some ground rules, creating a suitable work environment, and communicating with teachers.
An Experienced Math Tutor's Tips for Solving Math Word Problems. As a teacher and math tutor, I have seen many students struggle with solving word problems. Who of us doesn't remember being asked questions about 2 trains leaving different stations at different speeds, and being asked to figure out when they will meet?