Learning Strategies for Autistic Learners
Learning Strategies for Autistic Learners

April is World Autism Month and April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. To help gain a deeper understanding of this complex and often misunderstood disorder, we encourage parents to explore learning strategies for autistic students. Read on to learn...

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Learning Strategies for Autistic Learners
Learning Strategies for Autistic Learners

April is World Autism Month and April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. To help gain a deeper understanding of this complex and often misunderstood disorder, we encourage parents to explore learning strategies for autistic students. Read on to learn...

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Recognizing the Signs of Academic Burnout and Addressing It Head-On
Recognizing the Signs of Academic Burnout and Addressing It Head-On

Have you noticed a gradual decrease in motivation from your student? Here’s how to recognize the signs of academic burnout and address it head-on! What is academic burnout? Contrary to popular belief, academic burnout can happen to all types of...

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Harnessing the Power of Storytelling: Tips for Telling Stories to Your Kids
Harnessing the Power of Storytelling: Tips for Telling Stories to Your Kids

Everyone has a great story to tell! Here’s how to harness the incredible power of descriptive language when telling stories to your kids. Storytelling vs. reading Before we start, it’s important to recognize the difference between telling a story...

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Fun and Delicious Ways to Celebrate Pi Day with Your Family
Fun and Delicious Ways to Celebrate Pi Day with Your Family

March 14th is Pi Day! Check out these fun and delicious ways to celebrate Pi Day with the whole family. Prepare foods that start with pi Encourage your child to brainstorm a list of all the foods they can think of that begin with the letters “pi”...

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Empowering Female Voices: How Young Women Are Shaping the Future
Empowering Female Voices: How Young Women Are Shaping the Future

March is celebrated as Women’s History Month, but we are also commemorating the women of tomorrow! To support the empowerment of female voices, here’s how young women are shaping the future…today. Young people can change the world Historically,...

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Why Reading Matters: The Benefits of Reading for Children and Teens
Why Reading Matters: The Benefits of Reading for Children and Teens

We always hear about the importance of reading, but why does it really matter? Read on to discover the many benefits of reading for children and teens! Reading is critical for language development According to top researchers in the field of child...

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5 Small Habit Changes for Students That Can Have a Big Impact
5 Small Habit Changes for Students That Can Have a Big Impact

Can students really increase their grades by making tiny modifications to their weekly routine? Yes! Here are 5 small habit changes for students that can have a big impact. 1. Keep an effective planner. We recommend every student keep an organized...

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Effective Study Strategies for Auditory Learners
Effective Study Strategies for Auditory Learners

Students all have different ways in which they learn best, and many prefer hearing a concept explained as opposed to reading about it. Here are effective study strategies for auditory learners! Learning styles First, a quick refresher on learning...

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From Screen Time to Page Time: Benefits of Children Reading Books in a Digital Age
From Screen Time to Page Time: Benefits of Children Reading Books in a Digital Age

Although tablets and e-readers are great, there’s something special about turning pages! Here are some key benefits of children reading books in a digital age. Comprehension Research has shown time and time again that our reading comprehension...

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Exploring Black Literature: Writers Who Shaped History
Exploring Black Literature: Writers Who Shaped History

February is Black History Month! Here are 3 black writers who shaped history. Frederick Douglass (1817 or 1818 – 1895) Photo: George Kendall Warren (Public Domain) “I speak advisedly when I say this, – that killing a slave, or any...

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