Helping Your Teenager With Learning Difficulties

May 19, 2014
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We all know that the teen years are difficult. From growing pains to deciding their personal identity, it is easy to say that teens have a lot on their plate. However, teens with learning disorders have that times ten. Most parents notice the struggle happening, but don’t know how to help their child. One of […]

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Homework Approach For Parents

May 8, 2014
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“My children were such fun – until homework entered the picture.” ~ Anonymous Parent Homework is necessary to reinforce what kids learn during the day, according to educators, but it can drive a wedge between parents and children at times. What can be done to change that? Parents Anonymous was a godsend to me many […]

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Books to Gift to Children in Different Age Groups (Infographic)

October 26, 2013
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Source: Nanny’s and Granny’s.

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5 Steps to Dream Fulfillment

October 4, 2013

How many times a day would you say you dream? How many of those dreams have actually come true? If you knew how to make a dream come true what would you dream? Is a dream the same as a hope or a wish? Let me start backwards. Here is my list of action steps […]

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Attending College Online? These Are the Things You Need

September 3, 2013

Over six million students attended online classes in 2010. In the few years that have followed, students are enrolling in colleges that deliver lessons entirely online. While new students in traditional colleges receive supply lists, few, if any, online colleges tell students the essential supplies to have on hand. Here are tips from current online […]

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Cheating and Kids: Use Teaching Moments

April 11, 2013

Last week found a dark cloud hanging over the educational establishment in Atlanta, Georgia. Caught up in the conspiracy to cheat were the former superintendent, executive administrators, principals, assistant principals, testing coordinators, teachers, school improvement specialists, and a school secretary at thirty-five schools— all were indicted on racketeering and corruption to various degrees. If the […]

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