6 Simple Ways to Keep Your Teen Motivated to Learn Over the Summer

Students often experience learning loss during the summer months, sometimes referred to as the “summer slide.” To help avoid this gap in academic progress, here are 6 simple ways to keep your teen motivated to learn over the summer!

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Summer Activties

  • How to Prep for the SAT/ACT Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

    Due to current health guidelines surrounding COVID-19, traditional practice approaches for the SAT/ACT exams (like prep classes) may not be an option. Here are some effective ways to prep for these important exams from the comfort of your own home!

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  • Our Top Picks for Books to Read This Summer

    Students may experience a decrease in reading and math scores after a long vacation, which we refer to as the “summer slide.” Reading is a great way to keep young minds active during a break, and is an excellent option for students of all ages! Here are Tutor Doctor’s top picks for books to read this summer for every age group.

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  • The Summer Slide is in Full Effect! Now What?

    Summer learning loss is a serious issue for many students that don’t partake in educational activities throughout these months. Studies of this phenomenon have shown that summer learning deficits can leave some students months behind when entering the new school year. At Tutor Doctor, we highly encourage summer learning!

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  • Turn Planning Your Summer Trip Into A Learning Experience With These Simple Tips

    Although many students consider summer to be an escape from learning, vacation travel provides many teachable moments. Like a classroom syllabus, your journey will include stepping stones and milestones rooted in the basics.

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  • Summer is a Great Time to Sharpen Test-Taking Skills

    With time on your side, you can use your summer to perfect your test taking skills and overcome any anxiety you may feel when taking exams.

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  • How to Ward Off the Summer Slide as a College Student

    While there’s still 24 hours in a day, there’s less time to relax - and an urgency to maintain your edge or advantage.  Accordingly, it’s important to find activities that ward off laziness and keep your mind sharp while you’re away from college.

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