Mount Arlington, NJ, December 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- In spite of the prediction of the Farmer's Almanac of another winter like last year, there is no need to repeat a struggling school year for children who underachieve. Students struggle in school for many reasons. Whether they simply cannot stay focused, have poor study skills or have underlying medical or academic roadblocks, there is no reason to continue a cycle of struggle and dismay. Every child is capable of reaching their true potential by unlocking strategies to keep them on track and make a positive change for the future.
Here are three key factors, to help your child do better in school right now. Heading the list is organization. Organization is one of the most easily overlooked components of a strong academic career. We often tell our children they are being lazy or just don't care enough to get good grades. But the truth is many children were never taught an organization plan. A good organizer or daily planner is the first step in helping your child. Writing down all the information for homework will stop the trips back to school for forgotten materials and the late night distress calls to fellow students for missing homework. Just like when you were a small child rewriting your spelling words for homework, writing reinforces our memory and helps us take control of our study skills.
Every parent wants their child to succeed in academia, but are you encouraging your child or frustrating them more? How can good intentions be misinterpreted, you may ask. When a child struggles in school, their self confidence and self pride can really take a beat down. It is here that our parenting skills may need a fine tune up. While our reactions may seem appropriate and may even help motivate most children, some teens need a different approach to become motivated and need specific tools to access the road to success. Just as children need to be proactive and not reactive, we, too, must evaluate how we can help. If our methods are not currently working, there is a good chance re-evaluation of our approach may be necessary.
The third step is involvement and discipline. Self awareness and self discipline will not only help your child do better in school but in life. As parents we want what is best for our children. We worry about what the future holds and if we are making the right choices for them. But as your children settle in to middle school and later high school, their choices play a significant role on their future, their college career and life's success. Teens must learn to be accountable. They must prepare for exams, do homework and challenge themselves. We can encourage and give our teens the resources to succeed, but in truth it is their journey. Our role is to give them an arsenal of tools and strategies to find the right path and make healthy responsible choices.
1-2-3 Succeed is the refuge from the eye of the storm. Creator, Bernie Ivin, a clinical psychologist, has developed an innovative one of a kind program to help your child excel and fine tune your parenting style to achieve a faster and more effective outlook. Discouragement is often a cycle much like the strong and steady winter forecast. 1-2-3 Succeed is the preparation plan we must all enact to weather the storms ahead. Every child needs support and encouragement, discipline and organization. 1-2-3 Succeed incorporates all the methods discussed above into a easy to follow organization plan that will provide results as you master the approach explained in both the parent CD's and the teen CD rom.
Bernie Ivin was a child who struggled in school, year after year, with an undiagnosed learning disability, dyslexia. As an adult he has spent many years working in the school system and in private practice helping hundreds of teens. Sharing his tried and true methods is just another example of his commitment to helping teens become the best version of themselves. Visit www.123succeed.com for more information or like us on Facebook at 1-2-3 Succeed. Do not put off until tomorrow, what you can do right now to make a change. Sunny skies can be as easy as 1-2-3!