Wednesday, March 12, 2014

About Teens: Homework Issues

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Homework issues are a common concern that parents approach me with in my therapy office. Many parents find themselves nagging teens to get their work done and other parents feel frustrated about their teen's lack of concern about grades. Learn how to address some of the most common homework issues.

10 Tips for Getting Teens to do Their Homework

While some teens are fairly compliant with doing their homework, other teens need some extra support and guidance to get their work done each night. Follow these 10 tips to get your teen to do his homework, and do it well.

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What to Do When Your Teen Refuses to do Homework

Even teens who care about their grades can refuse to do homework at one time or another. Whether it's a chronic problem or occasional issue, find out what to do when your teen refuses to do homework.

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How to Motivate Teens to get Good Grades

Not all teens are motivated to get good grades. Some teens are satisfied if they pass, while others could care less how they're doing academically. Find out how to give an unmotivated teen some extra incentive to care about his grades.

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What to Do If Your Teen has Failing Grades in High School
Parents often panic when they discover a teen isn't passing a class. The way you respond to failing grades can make a big difference in your teen's attitude toward school.
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