It is a challenge as old as teaching itself—keep your students' attention. With our increasingly interconnected world, and distraction available at the swipe of a finger, that task remains as daunting as ever.
It is important to foster social and emotional learning (SEL) in your children during COVID-19 school shutdowns. We offer five tips for encouraging SEL at home.
Due to COVID-19, e-learning will likely be with us for a long time. American Heritage School provides five ways to help your child thrive academically during a pandemic.
Every child is different, and each learns in a different way
Some children need hands-on lessons, while others pick up information better from visual aids. In order to help your child succeed in school, it is important to understand his or her learning style.
It can take decades to learn how to combat procrastination and master productivity. That is why it is best to get an early start on developing strategies that can turn lost time into success.
As many students studying classics may already know, the word procrastination comes from the Latin words pro (for) and cras (tomorrow). It quite literally translates to for tomorrow.
Is your child experiencing overwhelming or disruptive anxiety?
Parents are often tasked with helping their children work through intense emotions. It comes in many forms, such as mediating sibling disputes or teaching children how to express themselves during a meltdown.
Developing early math skills is vital for a student's future academic success. American Heritage School offers several reasons why early math education matters.
Students who struggle with math can be frustrated in the classroom. Educational math games give students a fun way to practice math skills.
It is a common learning disorder
Dyslexia affects 5% - 15% of Americans (14.5 – 43.5 million) and around one in five students.
How to help your teen manage anxiety over the future
If your teenager is struggling with anxiety about school or their future, he or she is not alone. You are not alone. American Heritage School has advice that can help your teen manage anxiety over the future.