Children’s Problem – Tips to Succeed in School
Article by Jeff Boo
Have you ever wonder why your child is performing poorly in school? And why your neighbor’s child is always a top scorer? Did your neighbor do something which you do not aware of? Well, you should stop pondering right away! You will never be able to figure out by just thinking. To find out the cause, you will need information from either your child or the professionals.
Below are some great tips which you can apply to help turn your child’s academic grades in school from ‘F’s to ‘A’s.
1. Do you know what has gone wrong?
Sit down with your child and try to make the atmosphere as relaxing as possible to talk to your kid. Find out their thoughts and feelings about school. Are they finding study a chore? Are they bored by the syllabus in school? Are they socializing well with classmates? Have they been bullied in school? Are the teachers providing them with enough guidance and motivation? These are some important questions you should be asking as they will lead you to find out the real reason behind their poor performance.
2. Visit your child’s school
It is just too important for parents to understand their child thoroughly and know how their worlds look like. If you get to know that the problem actually started from the school, you will have no other option but to pay the principal a visit to solve the problem once and for all. If the problem can be resolved there and then, the solution would turn out to be an easy one. However, if the problem is too serious and may not be able to be resolved in the short run, it would be more practical for parents to put their child in another school or even better, home school their own child.
3. Learning disability
Many parents may choose to believe otherwise, but a child poor performance in school may be due to learning disability. Some common disability diagnose in children are dyslexia, attention Deficit Disorder, the inability to write, read or even do simple arithmetic. Studies have shown that at least one in every ten children is suffering from some form of learning disability.
If you are not sure, consult a professional who can diagnose your child. You may also like to do your own research by attending talks given by experts on related areas, searching through the internet and getting more information from the library. You can help your child better when you are armed with more knowledge.
4. Make learning a fun process
You child may find going to school a chore and waste of time. Whatever that related to school is simply no fun. The teachers in the school may not have made the process fun for the children to learn and hence, to solve the problem, you just have to do the job yourself.
It is no harm trying different ways and methods in teaching and getting your child to learn. Incorporate some games into the learning process so as to make it fun and to create the enthusiasm in them about education. Games like flash cards and board games are very common and effective.
You can get these teaching aids in the market. You can also easily get them by printing them out through certain websites in the comfort of your own home. One great website which I will highly recommend is the “Children’s Resources Centre” at http://www.essentialsforparents.com. You can obtain a lot of free and great information on parenting tips, children’s problems, worksheets and educational games / activities for your children. Making your children’s learning process fun is important as they can enjoy their learning process which in turn helps them to retain more information.
Every parent want to give the best to their children, so never leave the problem to another person to handle. Your children’s future and happiness lies in your hand and it is you as parent who can make their future a better one. You have to be your children’s coach, mentor and teacher in order to guide them through their lives successfully.
About the Author
Jeff Boo is an Educator with many years of teaching experience and a Father of a pair of twins. Both he and his wife are very experience in handling children, so do log on to their informative blog at http://www.childrenproblemshelpdesk.com. If you are truly concern about your children’s learning journey, log on to http://www.essentialsforparents.com and sign up for your FREE instant access to the Children’s Resources Centre!
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