THINGS TO THINK ABOUT WHEN SELECTING A SCHOOL

2020-09-09T16:15:53+00:00

THINGS TO THINK ABOUT WHEN SELECTING A SCHOOL As you begin exploring schools for your child, you begin to realize that you have dozens of options. And they are all a little different. Start with a very basic strategy, a game plan if you will. Let's look at what really matters when it comes to choosing a school for your child. 1. Consider your child and your family 2. Learn more about available schools 3. Visit and observe schools 4. Your child’s needs: physical, emotional and learning needs 5. Your child’s learning style 6. Location of the school

THINGS TO THINK ABOUT WHEN SELECTING A SCHOOL2020-09-09T16:15:53+00:00

TEN THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A SCHOOL!

2020-09-09T16:15:53+00:00

TEN THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A SCHOOL! Choosing the right school for your child can be an overwhelming prospect. After all, the choices you make early on can have a significant impact later. Elementary schools often feed to particular middle schools, which in turn feed to particular high schools. And once one sibling starts down an educational path, subsequent siblings are likely to follow. With open enrollment available in some form in every state — and with an increasingly broad range of other school choice options — families have more educational decisions to make than ever before. 1. HIGH EXPECTATIONS 2. ENGAGEMENT AND BUSY [...]

TEN THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A SCHOOL!2020-09-09T16:15:53+00:00

Discovering What Makes Your Child Tick

2020-09-09T16:15:53+00:00

What Makes Your Child Tick Understanding your child’s behavioral style The 4 primary dimensions of behavior for youth: Direct and Active Interested and Lively Steady and Cooperative Concerned and Correct     Direct and Active YOUR CHILD’S BEHAVIOR: These young people are competitive and want to win. They may challenge you with questions, want to know why the rules exist and demand your attention. YOUR REACTION: You may feel like you have lost control, don’t take this personally. TAKE ACTION: Respond to their questions by giving “real” answers. “D” children like things to move quickly and become impatient easily. They do [...]

Discovering What Makes Your Child Tick2020-09-09T16:15:53+00:00
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