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Helping Your Student Prepare for the New Year

Any student of a grade can be affected by the summer learning slide, resulting in these children returning to school for the new year unprepared for the lessons ahead. To help you understand more, Tutoring Center Dubai has a great post on the topic.

Learn About the Summer Learning Slide

Your child’s school is the best place for them to learn, not just because of the lessons taught there, but also the education-focused environment it provides with a range of activities to keep a student’s brain engaged. However, just like a sponge out of water, over the summer break, your child’s brain begins to forget information and lessons. When this happens, these students need to spend precious class time relearning old lessons while their classmates continue forward.

Learn About Preventing the Slide

It’s important to remember that students have worked hard during the previous school year and their brain and body need a break from full-time study. Instead, the goal is to find a balance between summertime fun and summertime learning, for example:
  • A couple of tutoring sessions throughout the week can both prevent the learning slide and fill in any learning gaps from the previous school year.
  • Make your own quizzes which your student can complete during a long car ride or as part of a reward system, such as in exchange for a ride to the mall, etc.
  • A few hours each week reviewing their notebooks from the previous year can be a great way to reinforce previous lessons.

Summer Tutoring in Dubai Can Work for Your Student

If you are worried about your child returning to school in the new year unprepared for their new classes, tutoring In Dubai can help. To find out more, book your free initial diagnostic assessment at Tutoring Center Dubai by calling (+971) 04 558 6211 and speak with a learning professional about how tutoring In Dubai can help your student.


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