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06/08/2017

What Is Summer Learning Loss?

When it comes to the summer vacation period, a student's mind is focused on one thing and one thing only: FUN! While your student has likely worked hard throughout the school year and deserves a well-earned break, The Tutoring Center, Pearland TX has some information below on why it is important to include tutoring in Pearland, TX in their vacation activities.

How Summer Learning Helps Student Keep Up

The perfect subject example to consider is math. Math is a progressive subject which requires learners to fully understand each lesson before moving on to the next. This is because each lesson builds on the last. Your student's brain has been able to actively continue building on each lesson during the school period because it is constantly exposed to new information and required to recall previous lessons. However, once a student's brain is no longer being bombarded with new information, it starts to take a break. It won't stop remembering social media post reactions, of course. Instead, it takes a break from important lessons, such as math. When this happens, students return to school in the new school year to realize that they need to spend numerous hours refreshing their brain in order to keep up with the new lessons. As you can imagine, this is the pure definition of wasting valuable time when they should be continuing their learning without delay.

Prevent a Summer Learning Loss with Tutoring in Pearland TX

Don't let your student's brain let go of important information that will leave them behind their classmates as the new school year begins. Speak with The Tutoring Center, Pearland TX by calling (281) 650-2246 to learn about how summer one-to-one tutoring in Pearland TX can prevent a summer learning loss from affecting your child. Tutoring can give them the tools they need to hit the ground running when it comes time for the next school year.

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