Tips to Help Your Child Study More Effectively
If your child struggles when it comes to studying, The Tutoring Center, Whittier CA
has some tips that can help them develop better study skills.
Make Studying Part of the Routine
One of the best things your child can do is to make studying part of their daily routine. It will be easier to incorporate studying into their daily activities if they do it for the same amount of time and at the same time every day. Try adding it onto their daily homework time and remember that studying isn't something that should only be done before an exam. Studying daily and reviewing class notes daily will help your child learn school lessons and will ensure they're better prepared for exams and pop quizzes.
Study With a Group
Study groups are a great way to encourage studying in a more social setting. In order for your child to have a successful study group session, be sure everyone is prepared with their materials and with a list of tasks. This will help everyone stay on track and avoid getting distracted. Since study groups are more social in nature, they allow students to teach what they already know, helping to reinforce their knowledge. Students can also learn from their peers in a less intimidating atmosphere.
Use Class Notes and Old Exams
Studying for an exam doesn't always require fancy books and study tools. Your child's class notes and old exams can also be great study tools. Encourage your child to take clear, concise notes that they will be able to use later on. Old exams are also great because not only can your child use the information to review, they can also use them to become familiar with the exam format. Most teachers generally follow the same formats for all of their exams so your child will have a better idea of how the exam will be structured.
Enroll Your Child in Tutoring in Whittier CA
The Tutoring Center, Whittier CA
can help your child develop better study skills through their academic programs
. Give them a call at (562)699-0218
to find out more about their one-to-one tutoring approach or to schedule your free diagnostic assessment.