Blog Posts in September, 2012

  • Hassle-Free Homework

    Does your student have trouble completing homework tasks? Do they get frustrated or put it off until the last minute? Improve your student’s attitude and aptitude for homework with these simple steps. ...
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  • Talking the Talk

    Education buzzword dictionary for students and parents in the US Each professional sector has its own buzzwords and education is no exception. If you are a student or parent, you might not always be ...
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  • Best Grades Ever - A Parent's Guide

    Sure, there’s only so much you can do as a parent, but establishing good habits in your students when they are in grades 1-3 will help to instill good study techniques. These will stand them in good ...
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  • Tips for Choosing the Right College

    Selecting the right college is essential to your happiness and academic success. You want to go somewhere that offers a good balance of great academic credentials coupled with lifestyle elements that ...
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  • How to Successfully Navigate After-school Activities

    Most families have hectic morning schedules where it takes a small miracle to get everyone dressed, ready, fed and off to school on time. But that’s just half the battle! Having active students is a ...
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  • Tips for stress-free morning routines

    You want to be organized and wake up in time, but somehow the mornings always seem chaotic. If you have trouble getting your family out the door in the morning, there are ways for you to reduce the ...
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  • How to be Good at Math

    Math is a subject that evokes strong emotions from most high school students. While some love math, others really hate it and it causes them anxiety and frustration. Math can be a very intimidating ...
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  • How to have neat, legible handwriting at any age

    Will anybody write in the future? With handheld devices becoming so prevalent, it’s unsure what place writing will have in society, but for now, it’s still a large part of our academic careers. Having ...
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