Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • How to Come Up with a Great Science Fair Idea

    A successful science fair project can do wonders for your grade point averages and can even catapult you to stardom in the way that it has for some of our young entrepreneurs. The biggest hurdle for ...
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  • Teaching Responsibility: How to Help your Student to Take Charge

    Teaching your students to take responsibility for their learning and their actions is a great way to empower them and to motivate them. Being responsible isn’t something that comes naturally to most ...
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  • Are Sports Good for Your Child?

    Sports can be a contentious issue, especially with students who don’t wish to participate. If you are wondering whether to persist, the answer is definitely yes. Sports help to hone motor skills, they ...
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  • Are Sports Good for Your Student?

    Sports can be a contentious issue, especially with students who don’t wish to participate. If you are wondering whether to persist, the answer is definitely yes. Sports help to hone motor skills, they ...
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  • 5 Tips for SAT Test Success

    The Scholastic Aptitude Test or SAT is a four-hour long test that most high school students dread. The SAT has a profound impact on your college application and is the test that all your years of ...
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  • 7 ACT Test Strategies that Work

    The ACT is a daunting test and the outcome has serious consequences for every student. While there is no substitute for working hard, you can optimize your chances of succeeding in the ACT test by ...
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  • How to Encourage Class Participation in Shy Students

    Shy students are often a teacher’s dream as they work hard to avoid drawing attention to themselves. While this may be easier to deal with, no teacher wants your student to miss out on educational ...
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  • Teens who are changing the World

    You’re never too young to make a difference and these inspirational stories show that young people can have a profound impact on the world. Teens the world over are mobilizing to make the world a ...
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