Blog Posts in February, 2015

  • Homeschooling for Special Needs Students

    All children can learn, just not in the same way. If your child has special needs, you find that the school system is not fulfilling their particular academic requirements. Whether the traditional ...
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  • Is your Child Gluten Intolerant?

    Gluten intolerance or Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) affects one in ten people. Sadly, due to the long list of symptoms, many of these sufferers go undiagnosed. Little is known about gluten ...
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  • Learning Styles: Learn Smarter, Not Harder

    Every child can learn, but they don’t all learn in the same way or at the same time. While teachers try to cover as many learning styles as they can with each lesson, the traditional classroom set up ...
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  • Common Core 101: What Parents Need to Know

    The New York Times touted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) as being: “clearly the most important education reform in the nation’s history.” Intended as a measure to standardize the knowledge and ...
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  • Does your Child have Seasonal Affective Disorder?

    Seasonal Affective Disorder (aptly called SAD) occurs during fall and winter when there are reduced daylight hours. Children suffering from SAD will display a distinct change in behavior correlating ...
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  • Tips on Moving From Public to Private Schools

    If you have decided to move your children from a public school to a private one, the transition can be jarring. Aside from the emotional and social adjustments your child will have to make, you are ...
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  • Can Music Enhance Brain Functioning?

    “Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.” –Ludwig van Beethoven The “Mozart effect” was born in 1993 when a study by Gordon Shaw and Frances Rauscher found that ...
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