Good Study Habits for All Ages

Posted by Rachel Urbina on Jan 29, 2019 4:00:00 PM

 

When it comes to choosing what to do in their free time, studying is probably not at the top of most children’s list.  It’s most likely not even on their list.  Most children and teenagers spend around seven hours a day in school, and so their first instinct when they come home is not to crack open their math book and start plugging away at algebraic equations.  Yet studying is an essential part of maintaining good grades, being prepared for tests, and retaining all of that information that students need as they advance in their studies.  Whether your child is five or seventeen, here are a few helpful tips in teaching them to practice having good study habits.

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Topics: School, Homework, Study Habits

When School Feels Like a Family

Posted by Mary Mitchell & Rachel Urbina on Oct 24, 2017 4:00:00 PM

Most people probably don’t associate the words ‘school’ and ‘family’ with one another, and that’s usually because schools and classrooms are large in population. It’s hard to feel at home in a classroom with 28 other students or on a campus with hundreds or thousands of other people walking around.

One of the benefits of smaller student populations is that there is typically a larger sense of community. Most students know each other’s names, are familiar with their families, and are well-known by the teachers. Let’s look at some of the other benefits that come with attending a school with a smaller student population.

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Topics: School, Family