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Competition is everywhere and dominates academics more than anywhere else. One can find themselves caught in the rat-race to excel in academics and also extracurricular. When it comes to academics, all parents are very particular that their ward must score well. Till a couple of years back, books and teachers were the only means by which a child could learn, but now that’s not the case anymore. There are many educational service providers who have come up to help parents and students find supplementary learning materials to enhance knowledge. Supplementary learning materials help the child understand the concepts and topics in a better way through animations, videos, activities etc. Not only will this enhance their knowledge, but also makes it a convenient way to learn. Let us first understand the various supplementary learning materials that are available in the market. … Continue reading
Boosting your child’s memory is important. If you want your child to be able to achieve academic success and be able to reach his goals in life, you have to make sure your child has enough access to the right kind of resources. There are a number of memory boosting techniques in the market. No matter how many hours you may spend studying, performance is based ultimately on how much you can actually recall. You know your child stayed up all night or spent hours preparing for his English exam. Somehow the next day he seems to have answered a vast majority of the questions wrongly. It is important to understand that when you are cramming a lot of information at one go, you are not registering the content in your long term memory. You are just trying to read … Continue reading
Kids always have certain subjects they simply excel at and certain other subjects that they find extremely difficult to work on. Getting help is something that is important when you are learning a new subject. If it is one that you dislike then you should definitely begin with that and get it out of the way. Getting test help is not as difficult as it once was and there are multiple resources students can access. Most kids think of actually looking for help with their tests mostly a night before the big day. They begin to think of all that is not done, every chapter they have not covered and wonder how on earth they can find solutions to it. If you are unable to work on a subject or feel like it is overwhelming, consider getting help from your … Continue reading
Learning is a lifelong process but at no stage is it more important than the school years. With the numerous distractions around them students find it increasingly difficult to cope with and understand classes and the content being taught. A lot of research has gone into investigating better methods that can be implemented to increase learning and achievement in students. Let’s consider some of them: 1. Posing and answering deep- level questions: This manner of learning has strong evidence from research suggesting that it improves and increases the child’s understanding of various subjects. Deep-level questions asked by the teacher or the student themselves during learning prompts them to think differently about a matter. 2. Quizzes and impromptu tests: Learning occurs when there is recall and testing measures the levels of learning. Having simple quiz tests or other assignments in the … Continue reading
Everyone wants to stop procrastinating and do things on time. Often it is seen that we are walking from one room to another, using your social networking sites, watching random videos or fiddling with your phone every now and then. If you want to be able to do proper time management you should learn not to procrastinate. The biggest reason why we put off till tomorrow what can be done today is because the work is too difficult. This is because we are trying to do one too many things at once. It is important to understand that it is simply not possible to do everything at one go and hence breaking up activities into smaller modules is essential. Change of location: Routine and regular surrounding can sap your energy. If you want to feel refreshed or find more enthusiasm, … Continue reading