The Tutoring Center, Garland TX



Using Teachers Notes as a Teaching Platform

Aside from your child’s grades, the notes written by their teachers provide a wealth of information about the previous year’s challenges and tips for preparing for the next. To help you learn more, The Tutoring Center, Garland TX has prepared a post to share.

Find a Theme

Start by reading each of the notes in your child's report card carefully in an attempt to identify a theme. For example, if multiple teachers identified that your student struggles with public speaking and presenting their work to the class then it’s fair to expect multiple notes on the topic. Keeping with this example, consider these activities:
  • Copy paragraphs from their notebooks and textbooks and use them as part of a reward system, such as a ride to the mall in exchange for reading a passage out loud to the family.
  • Encourage your child to read non-educational books to expand their vocabulary, asking them to read the first and last page of each chapter aloud.
  • Reading your mail to you as you complete your errands not only helps children to practice their public speaking skills but also allows parents to track their progress.
Of course, these are just basic ideas on the challenge. Whatever your child’s learning challenge is, either adapt these tips or, even better, create your own fun ways to introduce learning into your child’s day.

Summer Tutoring Can Help

If your child needs more help than the above tips can provide or you are worried that they will return to school unprepared for their new lessons, one-to-one summer tutoring can help. Find out more during your free initial diagnostic assessment at The Tutoring Center, Garland TX by calling (972) 200-7877.


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