Math is one of the most important subjects offered by schools, and without a firm understanding of mathematical concepts, students will have a difficult time getting into college and competing on a global scale. Unfortunately, math is also one of the most intimidating subjects, and many students have extreme difficulty understanding it. If you believe your child is one of these students, pairing them with a tutor can help them better understand math in a private, self-paced setting. Before you set up your next conference with your child’s math teacher, here are some signs they may benefit from tutoring.Read more
With school back in session, homework assignments will begin shortly after. Parents can utilize this time at the beginning of the school year, before things get too hectic, to make sure their students know how to prepare for homework assignments and projects. Best in Class Education Center, which helps K-12 students succeed academically through customized educational programs, shared a few ideas for how to create homework charts and organize at home.Read more
Education is key to meeting the challenges of adulthood, especially in the areas of financial self-sufficiency and making the best possible life decisions. Unfortunately, many kids are not receiving the educational guidance best suited to their individual needs and learning styles. Assigning one teacher responsibility for a class of more than 20 students is not the most effective way to nurture each child’s development, but after-school enrichment classes can make up for what is missing.
The Best in Class educational after-school programs and tutoring centers offer flexibility, individualized attention, and an environment that stimulates a desire to learn. This is a huge difference.Read more
HOUSTON: After months away from school, it can be hard to transition back into the routine. Because this transition can be trying on a student, sometimes the transition needs to be made ahead of the first day. Best in Class Education Center, a leading supplemental education provider, is here to make the transition smooth with five tips that can help you get your students set up for a successful school year.Read more
Today, more children come home to empty houses after school because of working parents and busy lifestyles. Kids in middle school or high school may not need to have a babysitter once they reach a certain age, but it is still wise to invest in after school education programs to ensure children are being safe and responsible in the hours after school ends and before parents come home from work. Additionally, elementary students can benefit from quality after school programs. Best in Class Education Center offers academic programs for students with a variety of needs. Here are five reasons why enrolling your children in an after school program could help keep them safe.Read more
Distinguished psychologist Carol Dweck has identified two kinds of mindsets in humans—growth and fixed. While people with a fixed mindset believe their abilities are set for life and determine their achievements, people with a growth mindset love to learn and develop their talents through hard work and perseverance. Having a growth mindset is important for becoming well-rounded and successful.Read more
After months away from school, it can be hard to transition back into the routine. Because this transition can be trying on a student, sometimes the transition needs to be made ahead of the first day. Best in Class Education Center, a leading supplemental education provider, is here to make the transition smooth with five tips that can help you get your students set up for a successful school year.Read more
Like any dedicated parent, you have likely made the necessary sacrifices and put in the requisite effort to get your kids into the best school possible or done the most to maximize their experience with the school they currently attend. However, before you completely turn your kids’ educational development over to their teachers, ask yourself this question: Is there more that can be done to help my kids build upon their critical thinking skills while they are not in class?
It is a legitimate question and concern; in fact, information shared by Learning Solutions shows that, on average, people forget 50 percent of what has been communicated to them within the last hour, 70 percent within the last 24 hours, and 90 percent within the last week. That sobering statistic simply serves to hammer home the point that your children’s educational experiences simply cannot be limited to the classroom with no outside reinforcement.Read more