At-Home Learning Resources for Parents

Check out our list of recommended at-home learning resources!

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  • SAT Subject Tests & AP Exams Explained

    Both the SAT Subject Tests and Advanced Placement (AP) exams share similarities, but there are some critical differences as well. For high school students weighing their options, here’s a breakdown of what these exams have in common, and where they stand apart.

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  • School Closure Daily At-Home Schedule [FREE DOWNLOAD]

    Many families across the country are being impacted by school closures due to the coronavirus outbreak. With children now having to stay at home, some parents may be struggling to adjust to this new normal we all now face.

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  • What to Expect from Your First Tutoring Sessions

    As with all learning, tutoring is a process implemented most effectively over an extended period of time. During the beginning phase, here’s what to expect from your first tutoring sessions:

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  • How can parents spot low self-esteem in their children?

    Have you noticed a change in your child’s mood or a decrease in their motivation? It’s possible that a lack of confidence can cause or worsen these issues. Here are some signs of low self-esteem to look out for in children:

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  • Coronavirus: What Parents Can Do to Prepare

    The coronavirus’ recent presence in the news is alarming, but there’s still a lot you and your family can do to remain healthy and get prepared. For tips to help protect against COVID-19, continue reading.

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  • Understanding Your Child’s Personality Type

    A child’s personality type determines how they learn, think, and feel. It’s important to keep personality types in mind when working with kids both inside and outside of the classroom. Check out Tutor Doctor’s tips for understanding your child’s personality type:

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