By Saskia Nilsen RITES learning specialist and education advocate I homeschooled my son last year due to medical reasons. Here is what I learned about how to schedule the day. I hope some of these ideas will help you structure your day during this difficult time when all our children are at home. Starting the Day Give a 15-minute warning and a five-minute warning to start time and try to … [Read more...]

## Making School at Home FUN with Hands-on Activities!

By Saskia Nilsen RITES learning specialist and education advocate Try something fun each day. You've got this! Keep your child learning and achieving goals, while also social distancing and working from home yourself. Below are ideas to support parents at home to help your children get started with digital learning, as well as other ideas for activities and hands-on learning. Hands-On … [Read more...]

## Math Tutor, Math Tools to Support Your Child

Find a Qualified Math Tutor and Math Tools to Support Your Child A qualified and experienced math tutor can be hard to come by. And math tools that are helpful and fun. Many math problems are beyond the students' control, stemming from oral language challenges and language differences. Cognitive and emotional factors like a negative attitude or negative self-perception of one's own abilities … [Read more...]

## Math Tools and Math Tutors to Help Your Child Excel

Math Tools, Math Tutors to Help Your Child Excel Math Problems Frustrating Your Child? RITES has Solutions! Math is a subject that many students find challenging. But why is math so hard for some children and not others? And which math tools and strategies are available to struggling students? How can you find qualified math tutors near you? See below to let us know how RITES can best help … [Read more...]

## Trouble with Math in High School?

Sign up to get RITES Math Tips PDF in your inbox. Subscribe for Math Tips Why Do Some Students Have Difficulty Learning Math? Which subject do teens like least? You guessed it! According to Gallup, high school students say math is their #1 least favorite subject. And they’re not alone, Gallup also reports that “Although U.S. eighth-graders scored above the international average in the 2003 … [Read more...]