The Tutoring Center, Greer SC



Using Teacher's Notes to Learn

The comments written in your child’s report card are just as important and valuable as the grades they are assigned, often with information to help improve on the next school year. The Tutoring Center, Greer has some information on the topic, below.

Find a Theme

The best place to start is by reading each of the notes in your child’s report card carefully, looking for any themes or common notes. As an example, if your student struggled to present their work to the class or with public speaking then it’s fair to assume multiple teachers will have remarked on the hurdle. Continuing on with this example, consider these summer activities:
  • Encourage your child to read a non-educational book of their choice if they agree to read you a page or two after finishing each chapter.
  • Copy paragraphs from notebooks and textbooks and affix them to snacks in your kitchen, requiring your student to read the page aloud before enjoying the treat.
  • Reading your mail, such as promotional flyers and bank notices while you prepare dinner is a great way for your children to practice from varied reading material and also allows you an opportunity to track their progress.
Of course, whatever challenges your student came up against, adapt these tips or create your own great ways to introduce small instances of learning.

Summer Tutoring Can Help

If your student struggled in the previous year or you are concerned they are unprepared for the new school year ahead, one-to-one summer tutoring can help. Find out more during your free initial diagnostic assessment at The Tutoring Center, Greer. Call today at (864) 655-4664 and speak with a trained learning professional about the benefits of summer tutoring.


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