Among the hardest working students are those whose parents give them continuous attention regarding their education. It isn’t a perfect equation, however, it helps to describe the parents’ growing concerns regarding their children’s school environment.
1. THE STUDYING RITUAL
Even though a child may have spent years being a student, doesn't mean he/she has acquired studying habits. Several children begin to become idle as the content becomes harder and more complex, they start to get worse grades or even suspended.
Some psychologists suggest that the main problems of some children is that they delay their studying or just do what they were asked to do for homework, however, they aren’t studying regularly at home, and thus becoming one of the main issues. How to maintain consistency? Do they have a goals and who sets them? Teachers may ask them to do homework, but it’s truly up to the parents to watch over their child, monitoring that he/she doesn’t become idle, making sure that he/she goes through what he/she has learned in class. We may achieve this by indirectly asking them what they did in school, showing them we are interested to know about their school day, not just checking on their grades. Parents must continue the learning process at home.