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Gifted Children Need Support

Gifted children frequently encounter less academic support at school than children at the opposite end of the spectrum. Why is it that gifted children are not always given as much instructional support as children with learning difficulties? Adam Caller, educator … Continue reading

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Tips for Back to School

Tomorrow is Labor Day and as we head back to school, let’s review some tried and true measures to help secure academic success this year. Let’s have a system! Academic Achievers’ Study Skills Tips • Have a specific place to … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Decide if Your Teen Needs Tutoring

By Kelsey Sheehy Recent SAT and ACT exam results show most high school graduates aren’t ready for college courses, and those that are prepared often feel added pressure not just to achieve, but to excel. With classroom time as a … Continue reading

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Learning How to Write Well

We’ve all been there. The blank page staring up, mocking, inviting us to try to fill it with our sentences. The ideas swirl in our heads, but the words just won’t come. Whether it’s a timed writing exercise, an application … Continue reading

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Ten Skills Every Student Should Learn

Posted By Meris Stansbury eSchool News What students should learn in school is at the forefront of the education reform debates taking place across the U.S. and elsewhere. Ed-tech stakeholders for years have been touting the need for students to … Continue reading

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Critical Thinking Skills

First, it’s important to realize that the academic curriculum has changed substantially in the last five years. According to the California Department of Education’s curriculum guidelines for language arts, by the end of kindergarten the child should be basically, well,– … Continue reading

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Does Only My Child Need a Tutor?

Today’s economy has made every parent aware that educational achievement is a determining factor in a child’s ability to prosper in a rewarding career. But somewhere between kindergarten and 12th grade your child may fall behind in the demands of … Continue reading

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