Blog Posts in June, 2014

  • How to Get Your Kids to do their Chores

    Are chores a constant battle in your home? Do you have to ask a hundred times before things get done while “I’ll do it later” is what greets most of these requests? Chores are important because they ...
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  • How to Get Your Kids to do their Chores

    Are chores a constant battle in your home? Do you have to ask a hundred times before things get done while “I’ll do it later” is what greets most of these requests? Chores are important because they ...
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  • What to Do About Bad Grades

    It’s that time of the year again when some families have to deal with the reality of bad grades. Poor academic performance can put strain on your family. Your student may experience a drop in ...
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  • Should Your Child Repeat a Grade?

    If your child struggled through the last year and the school is recommending retention, there are some very important points to consider. Studies show that repeating a grade can be harmful for ...
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  • Learning Styles Key to Academic Success

    Einstein once said that if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking that it’s a failure. The same goes for academics. Students learn and process ...
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  • 7 Great Summer Reads for High School Students

    From relevant to hilarious, this reading list contains a wealth of interesting books for high school students. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley This book, written in 1932, looks at Huxley’s vision of ...
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  • Tutor Doctor on Bloomberg News

    Tutor Doctor’s Vice President of International Franchise Development, Rogelio Martinez was invited to Bloomberg News’ headquarters in Manhattan to interview with Pimm Fox from “Talking Stock”. Fox ...
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  • Encouraging the Reluctant Reader

    If your child is reticent to read, there are ways to make reading a fun and rewarding experience that can introduce them to a wonderful new world. Reading carries so many benefits that make it a skill ...
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  • Brilliant Summer Books for Middle School Students

    Don’t let your middle school students fall victim to the summer brain drain. They can lose up to a fifth of the reading gains they made over the last year if they don’t read through the summer. The ...
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  • Best Summer Reads For Elementary School Student

    The summer is a great time for your students to relax, but all that downtime can result in a phenomenon called the summer slide. Studies show that students lose up to 20% of the academic gains they ...
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