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  • Telltale Signs that your Student is being Bullied
    Telltale Signs that your Student is being Bullied

    Being the recipient of bullying or showing aggressive behavior towards others is becoming an increasingly predominant experience among students. The cyber space has opened up a whole new avenue for bullying to take place and parents and educators need to ...

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  • Setting Screen Time Limits for Students
    Setting Screen Time Limits for Students

    How much screen time is too much? As students are increasingly obsessed with screen time, parents need to set limits on how much TV and online time their students are allocated. Allowing unfettered access to the online world may cause students to live ...

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  • Dealing with Difficult Teachers
    Dealing with Difficult Teachers

    Teachers are the backbone of our education system and most of them are patient, professional and experienced. The teaching profession is one that is lucky enough to contain some of the most dedicated people who take their jobs seriously. It’s the rare ...

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  • Coping With ADD/ADHD
    Coping With ADD/ADHD

    We know that living with a student who has ADD or ADHD can be frustrating at times, but learning coping mechanism and ways in which to channel all that energy into something positive will mean that you have a happier home and a student who stays ahead of ...

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  • Themed Birthday Parties: Great Ideas for Elementary School Students
    Themed Birthday Parties: Great Ideas for Elementary School Students

    Parents have to deal with so much pressure when it comes to birthday parties, that we thought we’d help you out with some fun, easy and sometimes educational birthday party themes. Mad Scientist Party Lab coats, goggles and wigs make this a fun dress-up ...

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