Author - Heather Bragg
The beginning of the school year is an excellent time for students and parents to become acquainted with the year’s goals and expectations. The following checklist may be helpful for parents when evaluating a child’s strengths and challenges.
Does your child:
Follow age-appropriate one- and two-step written directions? Spoken directions?
Begin and/or continue work independently?
Ask for assistance when he needs it?
Complete short-term assignments b...
According to a Public Agenda survey, half of U.S. parents report having major disagreements with their children over homework. Considering that homework is a daily ritual, the potential for regularly-scheduled disasters is overwhelming. While there are a million reasons for homework woes, the following three tips can help you and your child from coming to blows:
1. When working on an assignment that is difficult and frustrating for your child, model both problem-solving ...Posted on December 18, 2013 at 8:00 AM