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Parents can Help Study Habits for Teens with These 3 Tips
Studying becomes more difficult in the high school years and teenagers often set their patterns around the needs of school and a social life. New research is showing that teens that sacrifice sleep or eating properly, ultimately do worse in their academic side. Proper balance of study and lifestyle can be a place that a parent can step in to assist.
Establishing a set schedule for the teen is paramount. Allocating specific daily needs and tasks within a time period will help to set aside the time required for eating, studying, sleeping and having fun. Put-the-cell-phone-down! Removing distractions such as cell phones during study time will allow focus. Break up the time studying based on the size of the project(s). Two hour sessions with a break and some fun.
The information supplied in this article is not to be considered as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.
|Stress Prevention21 Sep 2012|