Good Study Habits

Printable Homework Organizer:
More than just room for listing homework, it’s a time manager, too. Good study habits always start with a plan. Also available in 1 page format.
By Joanne Mikola

How much Homework is Too Much?
Is it the volume of homework or the time allocation that is creating chaos in your home after school?
By Joanne Mikola

Summer Tutoring – Good Idea or Bad?
Elaine Ernst Schneider

Homework Help: The Dog Ate My Homework! 
Helpful homework hints for everyone, including children with ADD/ADHD tendencies
By Katherine West 

10 Steps to Higher Grades for Your ADD Child 
Learn creative ways to help your child learn. This gives a parent the steps needed to set up an IEP for their child.
By Katherine West

Helping Your Child Study for Tests 
Creating good study habits starts with a workable plan.
by Elaine Ernst Schneider 

DEFENDS – A Writing Strategy 
Good study habits for creative writing assignments start with a method for organizing thoughts, getting the reader’s attention, supporting opinions, and producing a good piece.
by Elaine Ernst Schneider

Test-taking Relaxer Exercise 
The homework is done.
Studying was successful. Now help your student(s) relax before the big exam!
by Elaine Ernst Schneider

Don’t Let Your Kids Give Up on That Homework! – Part I
Look for helpful hints on encouraging your child to do his or her best in school as well as focusing on the enjoyment of learning for the sake of learning. Homework help starts at Home!
by Elaine Ernst Schneider

Don’t Let Your Kids Give Up on That Homework! – Part II
When does a parent step in and take some of the pressure off when a child is staggering under the burden of homework that he or she doesn’t understand?
by Elaine Ernst Schneider

What to Do When the Grades Aren’t Good 
Homework and study tips for dealing with poor grades that keep your child’s self esteem in tact.
by Elaine Ernst Schneider

Math Review for ACT College Entrance Exam Part I – The Review
The first step in good study habits is to understand the question. The use of common sense, logic and even guessing has a place as well.
by Elaine Ernst Schneider

Preparing for College Entrance Exams – the ACT and SAT 
The ACT and SAT college entrance exams are designed to test cumulative knowledge and deductive skills
by Elaine Ernst Schneider