20-Minute Learning Connection, California Middle School Edition: A Practical Guide for Parents Who Want to Help Their Children Succeed in School

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Kaplan, Dec 25, 2001 - Education - 336 pages
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California Middle School

In just 20 minutes a day, you can transform your child's approach to learning.

By devoting 20 minutes each day to helping your child succeed in school, you can make a profound difference in the intellectual and emotional development of your child.

Learn how to help your child:

* Become a confident and capable learner

* Succeed on high stakes tests

* Master the California Content Standards

* Avoid homework meltdowns

"20-Minute Learning Connection" includes more than 200 home learning activities aligned to the California Content Standards for English-Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and History-Social Sciences. You will also find checklists, resources, and an overview of the changing education landscape in California. You will learn how to communicate effectively with your child's teacher, how to deal with test anxiety and homework frustration, and how to identify "power standards" -- the most important knowledge and skills students need to master.

You are Your child's first and most important teacher. Only a parent can provide the emotional security that enables a child to become confident, capable, and empowered. "20-Minute Learning Connection" will help you create an environment where you and your child can learn together, laugh together, and maintain a love of learning amidst all the chaos of daily life.

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What Are Academic Standards and Why Do We Have Them?
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Douglas B. Reeves, Ph.D. is President of the Center for Performance Assessment and the International Center for Educational Accountability. He works with parents, teachers, and school leaders throughout the world to raise student achievement and improve educational practices.

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