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Tips for a New School Year
Tips for a New School Year Follow these guidelines to help your child succeed. Practice Basic Skills: Whether it's mathematics, writing, or language skills, practice makes perfect. Reviewing and honing your foundational skills over the summer will give you an edge when tackling more complex topics during the school year. Develop a Reading Habit: Read books, articles, and other materials that pique your interest. Reading regularly not only expands your knowledge but also enhances your vocabulary and comprehension skills. Practice Time Management: Time management is crucial for academic success. Start creating a study schedule that balances learning with other activities and commitments, ensuring you have time for relaxation and leisure as well. Stay Curious and Ask Questions: Always remain curious and don't hesitate to ask questions. Curiosity fuels learning, and seeking answers will deepen your understanding of the subjects you encounter. Organize and Set Goals: Start by organizing your study materials and creating a study plan. Set clear, achievable goals for what you want to accomplish in the upcoming school year. Having a road map will keep you focused and motivated. With determination and dedication, you'll be well prepared to tackle any challenges that come your way during the school year and beyond. JEI Learning Centers can help your child develop confidence in the new school year. For a limited time, you get FREE Registration when enrolling before September 30th at participating centers. Find A Center Near You >>
Summer - A Great Time to Gain Confidence
Help your child avoid the summer slide! The decline in academic skills and knowledge over the summer break can lead to learning loss. It is harmful for several reasons: 1. Knowledge Loss: Without consistent academic engagement, students can experience a significant loss. This loss can set them back when they return to school, requiring additional time and effort to catch up with their peers. 2. Skill Regression: Skills such as reading comprehension, critical thinking, and problem-solving can suffer if not practiced regularly. 3. Lack of Continuity: Learning is a continuous process, and a prolonged break disrupts the flow of education. Students may forget concepts and struggle to connect new material to what they learned previously. 4. Emotional Impact: The summer slide can negatively impact students' self-esteem and motivation. Falling behind academically can lead to feelings of frustration, discouragement, and a loss of interest in learning. This emotional toll can have long-term effects on a student's attitude towards education. JEI Learning Centers offer programs to meet every student’s unique needs during the summer. Recognizing the harmful effects of the summer slide highlights the importance of implementing strategies to prevent learning loss during the break. Get started today to mitigate the negative impact and set your child up for success in the coming school year.
Math is Powerful. Essential. Fundamental. And Fun!
Math is Powerful. Essential. Fundamental. And Fun! Whether your child likes or dislikes math, JEI Learning Center offers programs designed to meet their needs and make learning enjoyable. For the month of March we are offering special opportunities for your child to test their math abilities and stretch their thinking muscles. We want to encourage and challenge students to take math to the next level. Allow your child to use their imagination, creativity, and talents by incorporating math activities into your day. 1. Check out special activities at your local center designed to spotlight your child’s imagination and critical thinking skills. 2. Every student, regardless of age, will be able to tackle JEI Math problems, using level-appropriate math skills. 3. Expose your child’s weaknesses and strengths. Allow your child the opportunity to shine. 4. Explore math by teaching children to manage money. Get tips here. If your child wants to have more fun with math, make sure you sign up for our newsletter! We send out math problems and critical thinking brain teasers for all of our students to enjoy outside of the JEI classroom. Don’t forget to check out our blog on making learning fun.
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