A to Z Home's Cool
A to Z embraces the do-it-yourself spirit that can make homeschooling fun as well as effective. You can plan countless lessons using the exceptional library of links, find all sorts of learning materials, get advice from articles from homeschoolers around...
This site contains flashcards made by other users on a large array of topics for students young and old.
Helping Students with Homework
Grade 1-Grade 12
Online homework solutions for teachers. Nancy Paulu of the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research & Improvement (OERI) produced this site to help frustrated teachers. Downloadable free copy available.
Helping Your Child Series
A downloadable series of simple techniques, strategies, and fun activities, based on current research, that will enhance learning at home. Titles in this series include: Help Your Child Become a Reader; Help Your Child Improve in Test-Taking; Help Your Child...
JAE: Of Interest to Teachers - December 1990
This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators. In this issue: Average Teacher Work Week; What Teachers Do All Week; Teachers Rate Problems in SDA Schools; Violence in Schools; Teachers...
Math and Reading Help For Kids
Math and Reading Help for Kids is a directory of hundreds of original articles, tips, and resources centered on the topic of children's learning. Although the articles in this site are primarily written to help parents make informed decisions about their child's...
Preparing Students from a Different Culture for Examinations - A Pastoral Care Investment with Costs and Benefits
This TEACH Journal article reviews teacher action research that examined student study skills needs in a Solomon Islands secondary college. The study focused on three areas: prior study habits; existing, ineffective study habits; and the impact of a study...
Project Traveling Casey
This relationship-building idea revolves around sending a special suitcase home with a different student each weekend. Encouraging parental involvement in current classroom themes - in one or more subjects. Each student has a chance to take the case home during...
Study Skills and Resources
Help your student or child develop good study skills using one or more of the many tools linked on this page. Topics include math, reading, tutoring for children with learning disabilities, summer tutoring, skill-building activities, and educational apps.
Tips - Math Approaches for Children
A handout for parents suggesting approaches they can take and activities they can do to help their children learn math.
Tips - Parents Can Be Partners
Two articles about parent involvement explore how to conduct interviews with parents, as well as several basic steps for parents who are involved in their child's homework problems.
Weekly Overview Templates for Communication with Parents and Students
The set of weekly overview templates provides parents with a single-page report of their students current status, increasing parent-teacher positive communication and partnership. Each of the 11 templates available for sale include columns for subjects, a check box for the subject that requires homework, test dates and material to be studied, projects, helpful websites to help the student on each subject, progress report, where the student needed extra help during the last week, spelling words, memory verse and whatever you need to add.