Teaching Strategies for Parents to Help Struggling Students

Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributor Jordan Catapano addresses the common refrain “I just don’t know what do!” – the common, exasperated expression parents and teachers alike mutter when faced with the frequent dilemma of how to help a struggling student.

Jordan offers up several ways that both parents and educators alike can help the student who is having a rough go of it, including:

  • Talk and Love Go a Long, Long Way
  • Be Firm and Consistent
  • Be a Team Player

It’s a great template for anyone, parent or teacher, who is at the end of his or her rope when helping a faltering child.

What would you add to this list? What is important for both teachers and parents to do to help a struggling student?

Our In-Service Program Can Address Anti-Bullying Efforts

Did you know that TeachHUB’s in-service professional development program can include an anti-bullying focus?  

In a TeachHUB in-service day, teachers will participate in various anti-bullying activities and learn strategies they can use to help prevent and intervene with bullying behavior and participate in modeled exercises to create self-awareness within a child.

Teachers will learn how other educators are encouraging anti-bullying behavior in and outside of the classroom across the country.

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