What are some good ways to encourage high school students to study outside of school hours?
You could have them do something relaxing to transition from school and other activities. Then they would work for a certain amount of time that was agreed upon earlier. After the work, then it's time to play. They should reward themselves in a healthy way and have a good time. Next time they spend time learning something they may remember that they balanced that time with good old fashioned play afterward.
My daughter is home schooled and sometimes it is difficult to get her to study. I have found that if I reward her for getting all of her schoolwork done in a timely manner that it goes better. One of the ways is to let her have a friend over for the night. She has to have all of her schoolwork up to date and I should not have to yell at her to get it done. Then she gets the sleepover.
We need to connect the usual hobbies that they do with giving incentives to study. We have to show the relevance of them studying outside of school hours. We also shouldn't make homework overbearing. We should encourage study groups that do not demand such long amounts of time. In essence, we have to be time effective and cunning in how to connect good study habits with extracurricular activities.
by Linda Crampton5 years ago
What are some good ways to encourage children to help people who are less fortunate than them?How can we encourage children to think about and safely help - even in a small way - other people who are less fortunate than...
by Earl S. Wynn7 years ago
What is the best way to get high school students interested in math?
by alvlove5 years ago
How the best way to teach math to junior high school students?i am a teacher, I want to found the best way to teach matematics. make mathematics fun and enjoyable
by Mark Johann4 years ago
Any effective strategy?
by websclubs6 years ago
Why do high school students need remedial classes?and what are some of the benefits of taking remedial classes...
by cactusbythesea5 years ago
What are some good ways to encourage children to read more?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.