10 Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in School – the Right Way

by Mabrok Ahmad Blogger

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School is a high-stakes game. It might not seem like it, but kids these days are exposed to so much information through social media to make for a challenging environment. If you want to help your child achieve success at school, then here are ten ways to make that happen.

Focus on the Process

Often, parents spend so much time focusing on the results, on doing what they can to help their kids achieve high scores in class that they lose sight of the journey along the way. Don’t ignore that for the end-product. Take the time to explore and enjoy the process along with your child.

Encourage Expression

You can help your child perform better if you are encouraging him to express himself. Motivate him to say what’s on his mind. It can be as simple as letting him talk about his day, describe a toy, or talk about his favorite game. I will help your child to speak up at school.

Maintain a Sleep Schedule

Please don’t overload your child’s schedule that he has little to no time to sleep. Give your child time to rest. Studying all the time isn’t going to help a person absorb and retain information better. If he’s tried all the time, that’s going to detract from his performance at school.

Meet the Teachers

Find a way to meet your child’s teacher. Talking to the teacher will help you get an update on how your kid is doing. Does your child need help with any subject? Ensure the teacher knows that you can be contacted for anything regarding your child, especially if there are any problems.

Know the School

If you’re choosing a new school for your kid, get to know it first. Look at its background and find out about the facility, teaching staff, curriculum, and more. How long has it been there? That should help you choose the best one out of the many schools in Dubai.

Check the Site

Go over the site for information on the school year. Check the calendar and mark down important dates. When is exam week? The site must also contain contact information about your child’s teachers, so if you have any questions, you’ll know where to find them.

Attend Conferences

Online meetings can be tedious, but they are a chance for parents like you to participate in school events. You don’t just get to hear from the teacher; you can meet other parents, ask questions about the school, bond, and even form lasting friendships as you try and build a community.

Ask Your Child

Always talk to your child. Ask him what’s wrong. Make it a habit to connect with him every day. Make these sessions a part of everyday interactions, so you know what your child is doing.

Help with Homework

Provide guidance when your child can’t seem to get through an assignment or project. Offer a hand.

Prep for Tests

Review sessions with your child will help a lot in helping them excel academically.

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Created on Aug 31st 2020 08:05. Viewed 367 times.


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