Blog Posts in March, 2014

  • Understanding Learning Styles

    Your learning style is the way you acquire information. Students learn faster and retain more when information is presented to them in their learning styles of choice. Most people have a dominant ...
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  • Create your Family Emergency Plan Today

    Whether it’s a fire, bad storms or personal injury, every family experiences an emergency at one time or another. When your immediate and extended family members know what to do, you can increase the ...
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  • Overcoming Test Anxiety

    Many students suffer from anxiety when they have to prepare for and write tests and exams. Some get nervous because they are ill-prepared, while others get bogged down in stress regardless of how ...
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  • Why Handheld Devices are Dangerous for Children Under 12

    France has banned TV programs aimed at children under three and says babies and toddlers should not be exposed to screen time at all. “Television viewing hurts the development of children under 3 ...
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  • Great March Break Recipes for Kids

    Teach your kids to cook with these great no-bake recipes. Learning to cook is a great March break activity for your students. Not only do they get to learn a valuable life skill, they also get to ...
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  • Why Tablets are a Great Addition to your Curriculum

    Parents, teachers and schools are beginning it recognize the important role that tablets can play in the classroom. When used correctly, tablets can help students to learn and give them access to ...
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  • How to Choose the Right College

    It’s that time of year when prospective students are eagerly awaiting acceptance letters into their favorite schools. No doubt you have applied to more than one college and if you have several ...
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  • Awesome Math Apps for Every Grade

    Math is one of the subjects that students struggle most with at all levels. Studies have shown that an aptitude for math isn’t something you are born with; it’s something you acquire through practice. ...
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  • Three Tips to Getting your College Application Noticed

    As though your high school student didn’t have enough pressure to get a great grade point average, they also have to volunteer and get glowing recommendations from influential educators in order to ...
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