Parent involvement is the most accurate predictor of a child’s success in school. Many parents want to be involved in their child’s education, but simply don’t know how.
These three steps can make a big difference:
- Value learning. Ask your child about what he/she is learning at school. Encourage your child to be curious and ask questions.
- Have high expectations. Let your child know that you expect them to do their best and that you’ll always be there to support them.
- Become involved with your child’s school. Communicate regularly with your child’s teacher and stay up to date with your child’s progress.
ScootPad provides a great way to get involved in your child’s education. When you sign-in to Scootpad, you are able to see detailed data on your dashboard about your child’s progress. This data can give you key information about your child’s areas of strength and areas of improvement. You can schedule improvement practices and set up rewards for your child – all with a few clicks from your ScootPad dashboard. However you choose to become involved, make sure your child knows how much you value his/her education.
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