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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Middle Child

  • Making Healthy Choices For the New School Year

    School is a huge part of life for young people, but there's so much more to education than courses, teachers and assignments. It also involves countless choices that will affect not just academic performance but life itself.

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  • Back to School: Pick a Hobby!

    School can be very demanding. But while your might think it's best to devote every ounce of energy toward your schooling, the truth is you'll almost certainly do better if you allow yourself time to relax and do something fun. That's where a hobby can really help!

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  • How to Choose a Tutor For Your Child

    With a new school year fast approaching, it's time to consider how to help your child achieve academic excellence. A tutor can be a key part of every young person's academic game plan. Where, however, does a parent get started in looking for a tutor? We've got some tips!

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  • Towards a Better Understanding: PTSD

    Unfortunately, young people sometimes have traumatic experiences. The result may be PTSD, a condition in which the brain is locked into a kind of "survival mode," forcing the sufferer to feel like they're stuck in the original trauma. We'll take a look at PTSD and how to tackle it.

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  • Five Abandoned Teaching Methods

    The profession of teaching can often seem resistant to change, but the truth is many teaching methods have come and gone, often to be forgotten. Let's look at five abandoned teaching methods. Some of them may shock you!

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  • Bullying: A Historical Case

    We tend to think of bullying as a modern phenomenon, the result of the Internet and social media. But the sad truth is, bullying has always been a part of society. Just one case from the mid-19th Century shows how bullying has always been with us.

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