Julianne Jones is conducting a special workshop designed to coach parents on what they can do to help their children get the best grades this coming year.
The Parent’s Guide to Education workshop will be held on August 18 and 25 from 9am to 3pm at the Hudson County Culinary Institute located at 161 Newkirk St, Jersey City.
The session will cover a wide variety of topics that are top of mind for most parents including:
- Why are schools always blaming parents for problems with education?
- Why are teachers quick to label children as learning disable?
- Does emotional intelligence play a role in education?
- How can we stimulate short-term and long term memory in children?
Jones will provide parents with guidance on what they can do to improve their kids grades. She will also answer specific questions and concerns and talk about how to remedy special issues.
She will cover:
- How to be open to learning:
- Does your child have disruptive behavior in school?
- Does the teacher lack classroom management skills?
- Why are teachers more concerned about certification rather than application of teaching skills?
- Why is my child not reading on grade level?
- What to do to help a child build their vocabulary?
More than just a wake-up call to parents, the Parent’s Guide to Education Workshop explains the nature of the educational system and what to do to improve your child’s learning skills, interest, and abilities.
For information about the workshop visit or call 862-224-0384 or send an email to email@example.com