There are a number of reasons why a parent might decide to hire a tutor. Tutors can be professional teachers or upperclassmen, and sometimes even other students. It all depends on what the subject is and who can best fit the student’s needs. Children’s homework and class assignments steadily build each year. Family schedules can also be very busy. As a parent, you might be wondering whether it’s necessary to hire a tutor for your child. Some children do well with helpful teachers and active parents, but some need an extra boost of help. Here’s why you should consider hiring a tutor for your child: Read More
We all want our kids to do well at school. And one of the best ways of giving them a little helping hand is to encourage them to study at home and do their homework. Unfortunately, most kids won’t be as keen as their parents are about finishing homework. So what happens if getting your child to do their homework turns into a nightly battle? Here are my dos and don’ts of helping kids study at home. Hopefully, they will make things a little easier on both of you. Read More
I am thankful not because August is my birth month and our wedding anniversary month but because July especially the second half of it was a chaotic one. I actually had to take a deep breath (and I think you should too) as I recall what happened in the last two weeks. Here it goes: Read More
As parents, we are a big part of our kids’ learning and development. Teachers play an important role in this. But learning starts in the home from birth. And it continues until long after your kids have left home. There are many ways to support your children through their schooling. Read More
One of the top things people think about doing after they finish school is to go to university. It’s a great way of furthering your skills so you can go down a specific career path. It also gives you some life experience and a chance to be independent. Once you have decided to go to university, you need to think about what you need to take. Here is what you need to take with you when you decide to go to university.