As a parent, it becomes increasingly important to learn how to obtain equilibrium in life, efficiently and effectively. Between running a household, working full-time, educating your child and taking them to their extracurricular activities, you strive to meet all of your goals and commitments while trying to keep a balance in your lives. Being concerned parents ourselves, we understand the struggles and challenges you face.
To ease one of your biggest concerns, how to provide the best education and to make your child competitive in today's world, we offer a program with unique ideology in combination with tried and proven curriculum to ignite and nurture your child’s true potential.
Your children: To help your child have a successful future, you need to set expectations. Reasonable expectations will motivate your child to do their best and excel.

Us: We exist to advance your child’s subject matter knowledge so that your child may be more competitive in today’s global economy. We believe that the more you expect from us, the better we will become and the better we will be able to serve you.
We believe that the parents who want the best for their children would love to get involved in their path of success. Study after study has shown that parental involvement is one of the key determinants in how well all children regardless of their background do in class.

Encourage after-session practice: Learning starts the day your child enrolls with us. Though most of the teaching and practice takes place during our sessions, to ensure complete in-depth understanding and to strengthen the skills taught, after-lesson practice also play a major role. These practice exercises will be used as discussion forums in the consequent session in combination with new learning. Encourage your child to complete his after session practice exercises from his workbook on his own since this reinforces what your child learns in class. Encourage your child to take time with the workbooks and to consider every assignment a learning experience.

Talk to your child about his session: As a supportive parent, you are happy to get involved in your child’s after lesson discussion at home. This will also help you understand how our unique teaching practices, how our technology works, and how this results in an effective, quality learning experience for your child.
Quiet environment:Providing a quiet environment fosters focused learning and most of us are already instilling this habit in our children.

Lighting: Provide enough light for children to work without straining their eyes. A student desk can be placed in a well lit corner of your child’s room.

Distraction free environment:Provide a distraction free study area. The best study area is away from distractions like music, television, other busy siblings and talking family members.

Help your child get organized: Keep ready all materials needed for the session. Helping children to be ready with their textbook, workbook, mouse, pen and headphones will save time. Time saved by getting organized five minutes before session is a great help. One of the best ways to teach organizational skills is through example. Show your children how to use such organizational tools as assignment pads, calendars, notebooks and binders.

For many of us, time management can be a challenge. As a parent, it becomes increasingly important to learn how to manage time efficiently and effectively. At cybeRShala we know that children are not any different. Children have the same amount of hours available in a day and, just like adults, some accomplish more with their time than others. Our goal is to provide parents with some key time management strategies that they can use at home to ensure their children are managing their time for success. These strategies will help your child plan and schedule activities, be on time, remember important events (like project due dates!) and complete tasks.

Understand the meaning of time: Many children today struggle with the meaning of time because they have grown up in the age of the digital clock. To make time real for children, put up an analog clock or buy children an analog watch. The numbered face, moving hands, increments of hours, minutes and seconds are more visible and work together to create a whole picture of the meaning of time.

Create a timed study schedule: Making a study schedule definitely helps because it gives your child consistency of learning. Ensure your child begins to study at the time he planned to do so. Maintain the study schedule over the weekend to allow time for both education and extracurricular activities

Set due dates: Use a calendar for recording due dates and setting weekly goals. Break large assignments into smaller parts and set deadlines for finishing each part. Use the calendar.
Test your system in advance: Ensure that your child logs in to his session five minutes prior to the due time. This will ensure that your child does not miss his session due to system problems.

Practice use of technology: Ensure that your child regularly practices with the writing tablet/pen, headset, webcam. This will increase the child's comfort with the technology.

Urge your child to listen and ask questions: Advise your child to listen carefully to the teacher. Listening in class is an easy way for children to learn. Encourage your child to ask the teacher questions when he does not understand.

Avoid pointless talking:Ensure that your child avoids talking unnecessarily interacting with other family members during that time.

Taking notes: Advise your child to take notes since this will help them concentrate on what is being said.

Participate in discussions: Encourage your child to participate in class. It will greatly increase their interest in what they're learning and stimulate their curiosity. .

Be ready to participate in the next session:Make sure your child writes down assignments and due dates carefully so that your child is well prepared for his next session.

Do not close or minimize your browser sessions: It is very important that your child stays focused on the session. Please ensure that your child does not open other browsers or programs while in session.

Good communication between parents and teachers helps children do well in class and makes it easier to address problems. Be sure to attend parent-teacher conferences, visit your kids' classrooms, and volunteer to help their teachers. And don't forget to express your appreciation to teachers for all that they do for your children.

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