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06/08/2017

Give Your Student a Head Start Next School Year

It is a common perception that because all students work hard during the school year, they deserve a break from all of their studies. While the first part is true in that students have worked hard, The Tutoring Center, Garland TX has a post to share about why it isn't a good idea for them to take a break from all of their studies.

Encourage Summer Learning

As you started to get older, you probably noticed that your brain just wasn't as good as it was when you were in school. This is because a student's brain is like a sponge, where it can absorb information from any and all information streams. This information varies from their social media posts right through to the lessons they learn in school. However, just like a sponge, if you take it out of the water, or in this case, school, it starts to drip. However, with a brain, those drops contain important school lessons. Take their math classes, for example. Being a progressive subject, students are required to learn and fully understand each lesson before moving on to the next. When a student stops looking at their math textbooks, these important base lessons can begin to drip away. Of course, these leaks aren't noticeable until it comes time for the next school year when a student sits down and realizes they have forgotten important fundamental lessons. Instead of attending the new school year in a good place, they need to spend valuable lesson time relearning last year's lessons.

Tutoring in Garland TX Can Prevent Information Leaks

The best way to prevent your student from losing this valuable information is to keep their brain active. Speak with The Tutoring Center, Garland TX at (972) 200-7877 and ask a learning professional about how one-to-one summer tutoring in Garland TX can prevent a learning loss, and help your student to hit the ground running next school year.

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