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Connie McCarthy
Five Simple Ideas for Homework Success

Sep 25, 2014 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Organization, Homework, Connie McCarthy

Each September, it is adorable how my new 1st grade students can’t wait to start homework! The challenge for parents and teachers is to continue this enthusiasm and make a child’s time spent doing homework success... Read more
Livia McCoy
Homework Help for the New School Year

Aug 19, 2014 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Organization, Livia McCoy, Homework, Back to School, ADHD

Recently, I wrote about some back-to-school organization tips to help students who are disorganized or have problems managing their time. A daily routine that includes time for getting ready for the next day is very helpful. ... Read more
Connie McCarthy
7 Strategies for Successful Homework Routines

Feb 04, 2014 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Learning, Homework, Connie McCarthy

Homework is a part of every student’s school experience, starting as early as preschool. Yet sometimes it can be a source of stress for busy families. Here are seven strategies to help alleviate that stress and create s... Read more
Connie McCarthy
A Great Tool To Help Students Organize Thoughts and Ideas

Jan 15, 2014 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Organization, Kids Learning, Homework, Connie McCarthy

A graphic organizer is a simple paper tool that uses drawings or words to express knowledge, thoughts, or ideas. They are particularly helpful for young students to organize and sequence facts, concepts or steps for problem s... Read more
Livia McCoy
Homework Binder: A Strategy That Helps With Executive Functioning

Nov 07, 2013 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Struggling Students, Organization, Livia McCoy, Kids Learning, Homework, Executive Functioning

Many children tend to be impulsive and have trouble planning ahead, keeping up with long-term projects, making thoughtful decisions, and turning in all of their homework. These abilities are all a part of executive functionin... Read more
Livia McCoy
A Free App To Help With Time Management

Oct 31, 2013 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Struggling Students, Smartphone Apps, Livia McCoy, Kids Learning, Homework

Many students have trouble keeping up with everything they are supposed to do each day. This is especially true when they move from middle to upper school, where teachers expect them to be more independent. I recently discove... Read more
Livia McCoy
Helping a Student Catch Up After an Illness

Oct 24, 2013 - Posted by Livia McCoy in School Success, Livia McCoy, Kids Learning, Homework

Students who have to miss several days of school feel overwhelmed when they return. Some fear being so far behind that they wind up missing extra days, because they are so anxious about the amount of work they need to do. The... Read more
Livia McCoy
Alternatives to Flash Cards for Studying

Oct 03, 2013 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Livia McCoy, Learning Styles, Kids Learning, Homework, High School

Most teachers teach their students how to use flash cards for studying facts or vocabulary. Flash cards are a great tool for many students, but there are some kids who need a different strategy. Students who are creative and ... Read more
Livia McCoy
Tips for Overcoming Homework Frustrations

Sep 12, 2013 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Livia McCoy, Kids Learning, Homework

The most frequent complaints I hear from parents relate to homework. For some, their child doesn’t have enough homework to do. For others, too much. Sometimes the complaint is that the homework is too hard, or that teac... Read more
Livia McCoy
Reinforce the Homework Habits of Successful Students

Feb 12, 2013 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Livia McCoy, Homework

Students who struggle in school often do not have the habits of successful students. Many of my students need reminders to do what other students do without thinking. You can help your child develop these “good student&... Read more