A structured routine planned effort together with discipline is what homeschooling students require to streamline their efforts. Here are some highly effective habits and routines that can help the students to increase the productivity of their efforts.
Short term goals:
In order to achieve the main target, it is important for the students to have some short-term goals or milestones. For instance, the number of topics to be covered till the first weekend, the number of tests to be taken, and the expected scores in mocks etc. Creating such benchmark will help the students to align their efforts in the correct direction.
Schedule and planning:
It is extremely important to plan and structure the routine according to the goals. The students need to find a routine that doesn’t only work for them at present, but one which they can stick too for the long term. There should be appropriate importance given to each and every subject and course. More importantly, the breaks should be properly organized. The student should try not to overload himself or rush towards the endpoint.
It is important to review the performance every once in a while. Arranging timely mock tests and questionnaires will help the tutor and the student to measure the progress effectively and then restructure their plans. It will indeed help the student to improve his grades in the actual exams.
Summarize what you did:
At last, the most important aspect is to summarize the lessons. There can be many ways to do the same. Taking notes, making flashcards, and writing down the key information will help the student to retain the information for longer periods of time. Taking such summaries help the students with reviewing the full course in a short period of time.
These were a few steps that can help to improve the effectiveness of a homeschool routine. But the student, as well as the tutor, should also understand the importance of discipline in following this routine. Coupling these strategies with discipline will have significant results over the performance of the student.