Help your child see that they are on a team with you and their teachers, and together, you are on a mission to figure out what their learning success strategies are.
It turns out, perhaps the most compelling data to support spacing and interleaving is not quantitative at all. Instead, it is the qualitative feedback from students and teachers.
When parents provide answers or too many hints via leading questions, it does not help your child achieve the primary goal: learning how to think and learn.
Yes, we are all teaching and learning online now, but the core of what we do should be the same because the core is based on how students learn best. We are reskinning teaching, not reinventing it.
Teaching has suddenly shifted — how can insights from research help us?
This guest post was contributed by Sra. Abby Díaz, Spanish Teacher at Park Tudor School in Indianapolis. All Park Tudor teachers read “Neuroteach” as summer reading in 2018 and are…