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“Teaching Children Responsibility for Their Learning & Behavior”

 

Well-disciplined students don’t make excuses and blame others for their problems. They make good choices about what to do and when to do it. They are conscientious and resourceful…and they don’t quit easily. But none of this is inborn. It must be learned. Parents are a child’s most influential teachers, the very best place for children to learn to take responsibility for their own learning and behavior is right at home. See some good tips below. ( The best way to make changes is one step at a time and to always celebrate PROGRESS!!)

 

Goal Setting: Goals help children focus on what’s important and what’s not

 

  • At the beginning of the week, help your child identify one goal
  • Have your child write down the goal
  • Talk about how to accomplish the goal
  • Assess the progress of the goal
  • End of the week, evaluate progress and CELEBRATE!!

 

January- “ Homework Tips for Parents”

 

  • Check agenda daily for assignments
  • Allow your child a break between homework assignments
  • Make sure your child has a quiet work space
  • Assist your child in getting started on assignments
  • Look over homework
  • Praise and compliment your child for putting forth effort

December- “Helping with Time Management”

  • Give your child advance notice whenever possible
  • Post on master calendar the due dates of projects and plan together
  • Teach your child to use “things to do” list
  • Set a schedule for homework togethe
  • Establish a daily routine
  • Check all completed assignments

November- “Improving Organizational Skills”

  • Have your child use a student planner, assignment notebook, or agenda to keep track of assignments. Check it periodically to make sure that your child is using it correctly
  • Make sure that your child has a folder, binder, or notebook that’s labeled for each class. Also, set up files at home for returned papers, quizzes, and tests
  • Remind your child to put all handouts and assignments in the appropriate folders or binders
  • Have your child get everything ready for the next day before going to bed each night
  • Show your child how to break large assignments and projects down into smaller, more manageable tasks

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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