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  • Parent and Teacher's Guide to Teaching Self Advocacy
    Parent and Teacher's Guide to Teaching Self Advocacy

    Inner confidence isn’t always easy for students to develop, especially when they are experiencing academic difficulties in school. Our advice for parents: it’s important for self-advocacy to be highlighted for everyone involved in the education process, ...

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  • How Students Can Get Started with Creating a Vision Board for the New Year
    How Students Can Get Started with Creating a Vision Board for the New Year

    Vision boards are a wonderful way to encourage students to dedicate a brainstorming session focused on their future dreams. Vision boards can help students of all ages to visualize their future goals and aspirations! Read on to find out more. A vision ...

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  • 4 Ways Kids Can Be More Productive With Screen Time
    4 Ways Kids Can Be More Productive With Screen Time

    With so many students using laptops and tablets as a core part of their academic routine, parents often have concerns about “screen time.” Not all screen time is bad, though – here are 4 ways kids can be more productive with their screen time! 1. ...

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  • Towards a Deeper Understanding of ADHD
    Towards a Deeper Understanding of ADHD

    Written by: Becky Ward, Tutor Doctor Education Experience Specialist I was a high-achieving student, but I had to work really hard for my grades. I was identified as gifted, but I struggled to keep on top of everything. I couldn’t organize my workload and ...

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  • Not All Screen Time Is Bad For Your Kids – Here's Why
    Not All Screen Time Is Bad For Your Kids – Here's Why

    Parents know the importance of limiting screen time, but it’s important to recognize that electronic devices can also be valuable educational tools. Not all screen time is bad for kids – and here’s why! During the pandemic, there was an overwhelming shift ...

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