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5 Effective Ways to Engage in Your Child’s Education

Thousand of researches have suggested that regardless of a family’s income or socioeconomic background. Students, whose families are engaged to attend school more regularly get better knowledge, earn greater grades, enroll in higher-level programs, and have higher graduation rates.
Parental engagement is not as hard and takes time as we usually think. By doing some small and easy actions for 20-30 minutes a day, you will contribute to making significant changes in your child’s learning process.
Below are 5 effective ways to engage in your child’s education to help them reach their full potential:

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5 Effective Ways to Engage in Your Child’s Education

1. Talk about school matters at home

Encourage your child to talk about their day and express any concerns by asking small questions such as “How was your day?”, ”Did you have a good day?”. Let do this as much as you can, the best time is when you’re driving them home after school. It will help you to understand more about your child while listening to the way they express their feelings. You will steadily recognize their strengths and weaknesses, as well as what activities they like and don’t like.
Communication is one of the easiest ways to engage in your child’s education. Other than that, two-way communication is also essential to developing an active and positive relationship and an open, ongoing dialogue is critical to keep your child safe, happy, and learning.
Starting from easy ways such as listening and having daily small talks, you will see engage in your child’s education is not as hard as it is supposed to be.

2. Be a partner in your child’s learning

Even being educated with the same lesson in the same class, each children’s learning experience is unique and very different from each other. In order to figure out effective learning ways for each individual, and ensuring to keep motivating them in their learning is a shared responsibility between families and educators.
For that reason, it is essential to build a strong relationship with your child’s teachers, keep the lines of communication open, share your child’s interests with them, listen to their reviews on your child’s learning at school, and work together to support your child.

3. Express a Love of Learning

As new members of this wide world, children are always curious about things around them. They might ask you hundreds of questions in a day, at these times, try to not take them for granted. Each question from your child is a chance for you to engage in their learning process. It’s time for you to encourage a love of learning to them.
Gently answering their questions, if your child is asking about things that are also new to you, let show them how excited you are to learn, and of course, both you and your child will happily gain more knowledge together. Children pick up on your feelings easily. The more you express interest and enjoyment in educational topics, the more they will too.

4. Advocate for your child and support them to speak up

From your side:
You are your child’s best advocate. It is important to speak up for your own child — and every child in your school community — to ensure they are treated fairly and have access to opportunities that will enable them to reach their full potential.

To your child:

Support your child by preparing them to express their point of view and ask for what they need. As part of the role play, you could show your child how to be calm and polite.
Help your child work out who they need to talk to about an issue. Specifically, explain to them why this is the best person to talk to and what your child might expect the person to do or say.
These are ideal ways to engage in your child’s education – especially educate them to speak up for themselves. As practice doing this, your child will become more confident about expressing their point of view.

5. Join up with your PTA

At most schools, parents meet regularly to discuss school issues. The PTA is one of the best associates to join when it comes to collaboration. These collaborations are not just great for parent-to-parent collaboration, but also for parent-to-teacher associates. In PTA you can find support from other families, who share your questions, concerns, hopes, and dreams for their children. You will also be part of a dedicated network of families, educators, businesses, and community leaders who are working to ensure all children — including yours — receive a high-quality education.
Joining PTA not only help you to engage in your own child’s education but also contribute and support your child’s peers in their learning process.

Easily engage in your child’s education when and where ever you are with the TUB App

TUB app is a mobile application for parents and educators or everyone who looks to develop a young child’s education, especially in learning language, through real-life experience.
By using TUB app you can capture millions of images from every part of your child’s life and transform them into language learning content. As a parent, just by a simple and quick clicking, you can send every learning content that you want to teachers at school to your child and his/her peers.
It also provides Insights and Analytics, as the results of children’s learning performance, which are shown by charts and reports. From these useful data, you will be aware of your child’s strengths and weaknesses as well as their interests and hobbies, so that you can make proper guidance and supports to help your child in their learning process.

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