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Homework Tips for Parents

Andrew's Homework Tips for Adults

Hello parents!

Here are some ways to stay involved with your student's education, to ensure that they are performing their absolute best!

  1. Get to know the teachers!
    • Creating a relationship with your student’s teacher can help create a positive, comfortable environment to ask for help when needed
    • In the end, they want to see your student succeed, so it’s in your best interest to have them on your side!
    • A little communication can go a long way!  Never hestiate to reach out to your student's teachers.  Find your student's teacher contact information here: Link to RSD staff directory
  2. Be a motivator and a monitor
    • Stay on top of your students due dates and upcoming exams Tyler SIS
    • This will allow you to keep your student accountable to their studies.
    • Sometimes, they need an extra nudge to be put on the right path
  3. Make sure the students do their own work!
    • School is not about copying down the right answer — the process is infinitely more important
    • Make sure your students are honest in their work, and hold them to the highest standard
    • Not only is this good, ethical practice, but it’s a great life skill that will carry them the furthest in life
  4. Set a good example
    • Being responsive and passionate about your own academic goals is a great way to motivate your student
    • If they see that you’re committed, they will naturally follow your lead
    • Learning loves company!
  5. Always show compassion and love
    • As you know, schooling is not easy. We stumble and fall, often.
    • Constantly check in on your student, and make sure they are getting the support and help they need.
    • Remind them that their health is most important


Be your child
Andrew Oh, Co-Founder