Education is a cornerstone of the child’s future and we can’t afford to ignore it.
But we must not overlook the challenges that lie ahead.
A child’s learning experience is shaped by parents, teachers, schools and community.
There are two ways to improve the quality of children’s learning experiences.
First, the key to children’s academic success lies in how we engage with them, so parents and teachers can help them achieve their own goals.
Second, the best way to address the challenges and opportunities that a child has is to support their learning.
That’s why we’ve developed a new set of key learning assessment tools and strategies that will help you understand what’s happening in your child, how to help them succeed, and how to improve their outcomes.
The key to achieving academic success in school: Key learning assessment strategies for teachers, parents and school officialsThis content is part of our education content series.
More content from the series:To start learning, teachers need to understand your child better and how they need to learn, so you can help make your child more effective.
The best way is to:Acknowledge your child is learning in a structured wayThe first step is to understand the skills that your child needs to learn.
They need to know how to:Make clear progress in your children’s activities and lessons.
Use the tools in this content to help your child understand what they need and can achieve in their own learning environment.
Engage your child in fun activities.
Encourage your child to participate in school activities with their friends and family.
Help them build their skills and be more creative with their own creations.
Engaging with the child, not the other way aroundThis is where parents, schools, and community can make a difference.
This is when the best learning happens:Your child is engaging with the school community and with other children.
They’re not just watching and listening to your lectures, they’re interacting and interacting and participating in the school experience.
They get to meet new friends, they get to be part of a community, and they learn something about themselves.
Your child is also engaging with other learners and teachers in their classroom.
If your child does well in school, they will be more likely to graduate from school and find a job.
And if they do well in their job, they’ll be more confident in their academic achievement.
They may even receive a promotion.
The more successful your child becomes, the better off they will become.
This is why we need a holistic approach to school and community development.
Every child is unique and learning can be a challenge for all children.
But you can improve your childrens learning, too.
So you’ll learn more about the challenges you’re facing and what can be done to address them.
Here are some key strategies that can help you engage with your child and their learning environment:Teachers and school administrators can provide the tools that support teachers to:Teach your child about how to engage with other people, their school, the school’s community and the wider community.
They’ll understand how to support students with challenges, like dealing with peer pressure and how their learning is influenced by social interaction.
They will also understand how they can create engaging and fun activities for their students that engage their imagination and help them learn.
This content was developed by a team of experts, including the Education Secretary, the Department of Education and the Department for International Development.
The content is the opinion of the authors.