Each child is unique, with different learning styles, strengths, and weaknesses. As parents and educators, it can be challenging to meet the individual needs of our children with different learning abilities. A degree of individualisation is required to provide a holistic approach to each child’s learning journey. There are many benefits to an individualised learning approach but most importantly, it helps children to become active in their learning, and develop the skills necessary to be life-long learners. Read on to discover four benefits of individualised learning for your child.
Confidence is key when it comes to learning and overcoming challenges. Building confidence in children can help them become resilient and learn from mistakes. As children get older, they are often faced with more challenges and in order to thrive, maintaining confidence is a must. It is through learning from role models, celebrating wins and successes, experiencing mastery, and rebounding from failure that children develop learning confidence. Read on to discover 4 ways you can help your child build learning confidence.
School is the foremost fountain of knowledge and development that children encounter. Learning in the classroom gives children the ability to acquire knowledge on various subjects, such as maths and English. It is important that our children are enjoying school and have the confidence and support they need to succeed and progress through each stage of their education. As educators, we know that not all children have the same skill level and ability, so we have to be aware of those who may be struggling and need extra support. This blog explores 4 signs that your child may be struggling at school.
As children advance along their learning journey, maths can become more complex and challenging. It is essential for children to develop and master maths from a young age, to prepare them for the next stages of education. It is important to instil good study skills in our children so that they have the necessary tools and support needed to become proficient in maths, in and out of school. This blog explores 4 important study skills to foster in your child to help them master maths.
Mastery of numeracy basics is essential for children. Regardless of your child's age or ability level, there are boundless possibilities for them to practice maths in and outside the classroom. As parents, we have the opportunity to use everyday experiences and resources that can be found in and around our home to help our kids learn and master basic numeracy. Whether it’s getting them to give you a hand in the kitchen or playing board games, you can support your child’s learning through daily tasks and activities. Read on to discover 4 ways to help your child master numeracy basics at home.