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08/29/2019


Learning over the Summer Break

Despite how it sounds, the summer learning slide is not a fun piece of play equipment and is instead responsible for students returning to the new school year unprepared for what is ahead. The Tutoring Center, Roseville has more on the topic, below.

Learning About the Slide

School is the best place for your student and the brain, not just because of the classes they take, but also because the space is designed to promote learning through a range of activities which all keep a student’s brain stimulated and engaged. However, much like a sponge drips once it is taken out of water, a brain begins to forget important lessons and information, leading students to spend precious class time relearning past lessons while their classmates move ahead.

You Can Prevent the Slide

It can be easy to think that full-time study over the summer break is the answer, however, students have worked hard throughout the school year and not only deserve a break from full-time study but can actually benefit from it. The key is to find a medium between learning instances and vacation, for example:
  • Along with your student, sit down with their notebook and a snack and review their notes from the previous year, in particular, subjects which posed a challenge.
  • Tutoring sessions throughout the week, even just a few, can not only prevent the learning slide but fill in learning gaps from the previous year’s classes.
  • Create a range of small quizzes which your child can complete as part of a reward system or during a long drive to see family or friends.

Summer Tutoring in Roseville Works

If your child struggled during the previous school year or you are concerned about them falling behind their classmates, tutoring In Roseville can help. Find out more during your free initial diagnostic assessment at The Tutoring Center, Roseville by calling 916-771-4100.

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