This is the eighth in a series of monthly newsletters that help students and parents with the learning process. Too often we just assume that students and parents know the best way to process and study new information. This is usually not the case.
These newsletters are completely customizable to fit the needs of your classroom or school.
In this issue we discuss how to ask for help and offer advice for studying in groups. There is also a short section about misconceptions.
Each month I email a copy of the newsletter home to help start a positive means of communication with parents. With the articles already written in these newsletters you can certainly do the same.