Using time trials to help your child learn
Some kids take in information more effectively (and find homework more interesting) if there’s a race or competition involved! In this video, Jason Gibson explains how time trials can help your child learn.
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Using response cards to help with homework
In this video, Jason Gibson gives us a clever method for helping kids with their homework that’s a bit different and more engaging than the usual verbal question and response…
Helping your child learn effective note-taking skills
Note-taking is an important skill for your child to learn and apply throughout their formal education and also later in life. Here’s some strategies to help them learn how to…
Helping your child learn without prompt dependency
Do you find yourself giving your child a lot of prompts when you’re trying to teach them something? Prompt dependency is when they become dependent on these clues to think…
My child thinks they’re dumb!
Every child is unique and has different gifts that they bring into this world however with formalised learning, it can be hard for children to not compare themselves or their…
What are the responsibilities of students when they’re learning at home?
What can we ask kids to take responsibility for when they’re learning at home? K-12 principal, Rob Walker, outlines some reasonable expectations.
What it means for play to be self selected
What is play and why is it important for our children? Teacher Tom gives some insightful examples into the importance of play for children.
How can I safeguard my child’s wellbeing when they’re learning at home?
Isolation is hard on everyone and learning at home can be challenging, too. Principal Rob Walker discusses how to safeguard your child’s wellbeing at this time.
How can parents set up a good learning environment at home?
In this video, K-12 principal, Rob Walker, gives parents some tips for setting up a good physical working environment for kids at home, with advice on all the ergonomic, practical…