With children doing online classes from home, parents can get overwhelmed or frustrated with how to help their children stay focused and get through their schoolwork so they don't fall behind. Many parents don't know what to do to help their children learn, or are unable to break through the invisible barriers that their child is running into when they try to study.
This package is a starter kit for parents, which gives simple things that one can do to easily help their child remain focused and keep up with the school work that is being required.
Teaching: A New Approach - This gives information on the basic principles of education and new methods of teaching that helps the student become more engaged and increases their ability to understand what they are studying.
Childhood and Children: Observations and Advice - This is a collection of essays introducing the most important principles an educator should know for success with children, including topics such as self-determinism, control, discipline, contribution, games and more.
The Learning Book - Does reading sometimes make your child sleepy? Is school sometimes boring for them? Do they sometimes get confused when learning something new? This book gives the answers to why learning is sometimes fun and other times not so much fun for students, and how to break through these invisible barriers to study.
Raising Readers - This booklet offers practical advice for getting young children started off in reading, then expands to include beginning readers (ages 5-7) and developing readers (8-12). It is also good for any parent or teacher to help students who are older but are having trouble reading at their grade level.