Tips to Help Tackle Cyberbullying

Social media can be a great platform that helps people all over the world to stay connected, but it's important to keep an eye on what your kids are being exposed to. If you discover that your child is being bullied by a troll, here's a few tips that may help:

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Classroom Coping

  • Balancing Sports and Academics

    Wondering how to balance sports and academics as a student athlete? Take a look at our tips for students balancing sports and academics to stay ahead today.

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  • How To Stop Your Child From Hating School

    It’s so common it’s become a cliché in television, books and movies: young people hating school (or maybe specific subjects). In fact it’s become so common that we’ve gotten used to it, to the point where we tell our kids to just suffer through it, get it over with, act like a kidney stone and just “pass it.” The truth is, though, your young person may have specific reasons for disliking school, or parts of it. The g

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  • Career Paths in the Arts You May Not Have Thought Of

    For young people with artistic talent, it can be intimidating to consider career prospects. The image of the "starving artist" is difficult to contemplate, but the good news is that career opportunities do exist for talented creatives in places most people don't consider.

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  • 5 Ways A Tutor Can Help Students With Exceptionalities

    When a child gets diagnosed with a learning impairment, parents may experience a torrent of emotion, especially fear for what it means for their child's future. The good news is, getting the right help can ensure a life for every child replete with happiness and success.

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  • Toward a Better Understanding: Dyslexia

    Of all the learning exceptionalities, few are more misunderstood than dyslexia. While many young people facing this diagnosis are unusually bright, they face the stigma of others thinking they are less intelligent. Let's see if we can bust some myths about this disorder.

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  • Helping Kids Deal With Disasters

    Our screens are dominated by terrifying images of giant disasters. Those directly affected by these events have a hard road ahead, but for young people around the world these images can induce deep fear, insecurity, even anxiety. It's time to help our young people face up to those fears and learn how to live in a world that can sometimes feel frighteningly insecure.

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