You know that teaching your child age-appropriate life skills is important for self-care and independence, but how, exactly, do you go about doing this?
Kids have a lot on their minds, from the history test to the soccer tryouts to the newest computer game.
Reward systems are positive consequences that encourage behavior change and include motivators like sticker charts, token economy systems, point systems, or behavior charts. These rewards are used to encourage change in some way.
Teaching is a juggling act, with responsibilities like lesson planning, school meetings, parent communication, testing, and grading — not to mention actually teaching.
From crumpled up essays lying on the floor to the overheard “I don’t care anyway”, we have all borne witness to student apathy.
You Just Found Out That Your Child Has Big Project… And It’s Due Tomorrow! Why do students put off a big project until the last minute? Despite what some parents might believe, it’s not because your...