Blog Posts in November, 2014

  • Lack of Sleep Leads to Poor Academic Performance

    Latest studies show that teens just aren’t getting enough sleep and this has far-reaching consequences. When teens don’t get enough downtime, they suffer from physical ailments, poor academic ...
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  • Dealing with Competitive Parents

    From tiger moms to competitive sports dads, parents can sometimes put undue pressure on their children and on teachers. They can also make other parents feel judged and inadequate. When this happens, ...
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  • Tutors: How Every Student Can Benefit

    While poor test scores and bad grades are obvious indicators that your student needs help, there are many other instances in which a tutor can really help your child to learn the skills they need to ...
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  • Money Lessons All Children Should Learn

    Teaching your children how to effectively work with their money provides them with an important life tool that is essential for their future success. You can start from an early age to teach them how ...
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  • Go to University... For Free!

    Thousands of the top universities are offering a range of courses online for FREE. That’s right, you can get access to amazing courses from universities from around the world in an incredibly wide ...
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  • Ten Tips to Hassle-Free Homework

    Do you and your children fight constantly about homework? You nag them incessantly while they procrastinate until you are all stressed out and unhappy. Some families have daily homework struggles that ...
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  • Exercise Can Relieve ADHD Symptoms

    ADHD can cause students to have trouble staying focused and impedes their academic performance. For about two thirds of those suffering from ADHD, prescription drugs may bring some relief of symptoms, ...
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  • Does your Child Need Glasses?

    It’s tough to tell if your child needs glasses; accustomed to the blur, they may not realize they aren’t seeing as well as they should. Poor eyesight may mean that they are missing out on notes the ...
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