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Tag Archive: Learning

7 Ways Parents Can Promote Learning

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By Ray Shawn As a parent, you serve multiple roles – chauffeur, housekeeper, breadwinner, counselor, role model. When it comes to your child’s education, you may wonder what you can do to promote… Continue reading

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How Important are Internships for College Students

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Nowadays, the competition for jobs is constantly increasing, which raises the question what you can do in order to get approved for the desired position. A smart idea is to start thinking about… Continue reading

The Problem With Labeling Children

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By Dr. Linda Sapadin The way we label children who do poorly in school has taken a dramatic turn – in many ways for the better, in some ways for the worse. In… Continue reading

4 Top Tips To Avoid Raising A Spoiled Child

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A natural fear of any parent is raising a spoiled child. Raising a spoiled child can make you question your parenting skills and worry about how your child will get on with life… Continue reading

6 Milestones Of Parenting

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A Child’s Most Exciting Milestones Watching a child grow is a fun experience for parents with several important milestones along the way. Most parents feel very emotional as their child reaches and surpasses… Continue reading

Important Life Skills To Teach Your Child

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Children learn many things in school, but between science, history, math, language arts and other subjects, they don’t always gain the tools they need to be completely successful in life. If children don’t… Continue reading

Teach Your Kid To Type Faster Without Looking At The Keyboard

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Typing without looking at the keyboard is a skill the can save your kid a lot of time while doing your homework online or writing exams. Everyone can learn fast typing if one… Continue reading

7 Benefits Of Learning An Instrument

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One of the most rewarding and beneficial pastimes you can engage in is learning how to play a new instrument, and everyday people of all ages take their first steps in what often… Continue reading

Infographic: The Real Value of College

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Attending college is no longer simply about obtaining a degree, but enjoying the experience along the way. Whether you are enrolled in college for marketing, business, programming or science, there are plenty of… Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Collecting Is A Good Hobby For Children

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People have a habit of collecting things even when they don’t necessarily do it on purpose. Often we just tend to gather things because we like the way they look or feel without… Continue reading

How To Grow Creatively As You Grow Up

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Sophia Loren said, “There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to… Continue reading

What To Do When Your Kids Want To Quit

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Image by RedHand Children are wonderful, and as parents we truly do admire their desire to try out new activities, whether it be ballet, football, or learning to play a musical instrument. However,… Continue reading

How To Tell If Your Child Has A Learning Disorder

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Having children is a huge responsibility and there are lots of worries and concerns. Heath matters can always be a worry and it is often hard to know whether to both a GP… Continue reading

3 Top Tips To Help Your Child Through A Separation Or Divorce

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Reaching a decision to either separate or divorce is a something that many couples dread. However, things are made much more difficult when there are children in tow. Not only do you need… Continue reading

Teaching Children About The Environment

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No matter who you are, whether you are a teacher or a parent, teaching young children about the environment is key to any young child’s development – especially during their early years (3-8).… Continue reading

How Music Can Help The Brains of New Babies

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Most every parent knows that music can have a significant impact on a baby’s emotions. Not only does it have the power to inspire wiggles and smiles; it can calm a fussy baby… Continue reading

Why It’s Important To Know Who Your Kids’ Friends Are

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Some parents are so disconnected with their children that they don’t even know who their friends are. Knowing whom your child is friends with is smart parenting, and it can provide you with… Continue reading

Culture For Kids

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When it comes to history and culture, children, much like the proverbial horse, can be lead to water but they cannot be forced to drink. Or in this instance, they can be led… Continue reading

Parents Beware! Rock Band for Wii is Not a Replacement for Formal Musical Training

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“Mom! Dad! I want to learn to play the guitar!” Has your child ever stated this? Perhaps they wanted to learn to play the drums instead, or how to sing. Kids love music,… Continue reading

How to Encourage Children to Participate More in the Classroom

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If you really want to reach your students, it’s not enough to just teach well. You must also get your students interested in what you have to teach, and that may take a… Continue reading