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Homework: A Parent's Survival Guide
With step-by-step solutions to some of the most common
"homework problems," a free workshop will be presented by Huntington Learning Center of Wayne.
The workshop will offer local parents practical advice on how to ensure their children have the right environment and skills for completing assignments to the very best of their abilities, said Joanna Cimiluca, Center Director of the learning center.
"Many of the parents who ask us how to improve their
children’s study skills are particularly frustrated when their children forget about homework assignments or struggle to complete them," said Cimiluca.
"This workshop will offer practical solutions for the seven most common stumbling blocks, with plenty of time for questions and answers about other issues that hinder students’ progress. A great deal of the workshop focuses on ways for parents to defuse the stress that causes kids to procrastinate, and on creating the kinds of environments that foster concentration and learning."
More About Wayne Township Public Library - Main Branch
The Wayne Public Library is a hub of community activity.
Besides its extensive collection of books, magazines, CDs, DVDs and audio books, the library offers art exhibits, book discussions, story hours, movies, classes and lectures. The library also offers meeting rooms to the public and free Internet access.
The library has a collection of nearly 2,000 volumes of local history plus a sizable collection of genealogical information.
The Friends of the Library organization is a volunteer group that helps the library with fundraising and other projects.
For more information on the libraries polices and programs, check out its Web site.