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Students: Don’t Forget You Are In Class to Learn

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By Dr Bruce Johnson It seems like a fairly obvious reminder for students to tell them that the purpose of taking a class is to learn. Initially students start out that way with… Continue reading

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Why Teachers Should Carry Guns

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Why Teachers Should Carry Guns   By Ilya Shambat In latest news, America has been shocked over a teenager murdering a teacher for making the teenager stay after school. My solution is simple.… Continue reading

‘My Teacher Is Picking On Me’ & Other School Problems That Parents Need To Know How To Tackle

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No parent wants their child to be unhappy at school as it can lead to all sorts of associated issues such as truancy, behavioral problems and low grades. This post looks at three… Continue reading

5 Tips On How To Choose The Proper Typing Technique For Kids

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Over the last few decades, schools and other institutions have done a fabulous job in introducing and incorporating computers into our classrooms. Our kids are well equipped to understand and handle computers at… Continue reading

How To Deal With A Talented Child

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  Image by Stuck in Customs Gagné (2003) said that talented children are ones are distinctly above average in one or more aspect of areas of human performance (intellectual, physical, social and creative).… 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

7 Reward Ideas For Students That Make The Honor Roll

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The best athletes in school get trophies. The best artists get their creations put on display. The best musicians get ribbons and recognition in the school paper. But what do the best academic… Continue reading

Which Subjects Should Get More Attention From Schools?

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Around the world, the subjects that schools teach to our children are always the source of controversy to some degree.  Whether it is the method schools use teach a topic, or the specific… Continue reading

4 Tips To Get The Most Bang For Your Buck Buying Classroom Supplies

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Whether you are the parent of a child who attends school or if you are in charge of managing the level of supplies you have in your own classroom, shopping for school supplies… Continue reading

5 Ways To Encourage Your Child To Enjoy School

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Image by knittymarie Everyone says that our schooldays are the best years of our lives. But for lots of kid, school is a stressful environment. Here are just five ideas to get your… Continue reading

10 Signs You Should Be Worried About Your Teen

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Every parent of a newborn can bask in the familial love an infant brings. Enjoy it. It only lasts a day or two; then that cute little bundle of joy turns into a… Continue reading

3 Steps to More Effective Parent-Teacher Communication

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The beginning of the school year is a busy time as teachers prepare their classrooms for the upcoming school year and parents begin to get their children ready to go back to school.… Continue reading

Does Your Child Need A Tutor?

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As a long time tutor, I’ve gotten very good at answering difficult questions.  Interestingly, many of these tricky questions don’t come from the young students I’m working with – these questions come from… Continue reading

School Suspensions – Does Your Child Need Legal Aid?

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A student makes mistakes, and it’s common for teachers, principals and other school authority figures to give punishment for wrongdoers. Some infractions, like being a regular latecomer or maybe talking back to a… Continue reading

5 Homework Strategies to Make Schoolwork Easier

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When it comes time to do your homework, sitting down at the table and chipping away at a tough assignment can seem like the last thing you want to do. However, it is… Continue reading