At Eddlemon Adventist School, we understand that Christian education can only be one part of the equation for a child’s success in life. Another part of the equation is the home and we want to provide some videos to assist in the molding of your child’s future.
But in this routine we call life, are you making time to listen to your child?
That’s a fascinating nugget unearthed by researchers with the CognitiveGenesis study. This four-year look at the Adventist educational system has found higher academic achievement among students who live in homes with certain rules.
Now, you may be wondering, “What rules?”
That’s what researchers are discovering in the CognitiveGenesis study. This four-year look at the Adventist educational system has found higher test scores among students who take music lessons.
For example, did you know that family chores may help improve your child’s learning in school?
But actively connecting with your child may yield dividends outside the home too. For example, did you know that one-on-one time with your child may help improve learning in school?
Fortunately the influence of friends can be good thing too. For example, did you know that certain kids actually may help your child learn better in school?
So, what steps can you take to help make homework a positive experience with maximum benefit for your child?
Let me give you an incredible example. Did you know that how your child relates to spiritual things may measurably… measurably… affect his or her learning in school?