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A Simple Guide for Creating Your Child’s Study Space

By Paige Mitchell, Guest Writer Getting homework done can be the bane of your child’s existence—and that’s not including the issue of not being able to easily find all the supplies needed to do their work, managing their emotions, and balancing their schedules and assignments. A small way to make homework easier, and more fun,…
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Home Distractions That Hinder Students’ Productivity

By Paige Mitchell, Guest Writer Photo from Unsplash   Everyone can benefit from a carved out space at home that’s dedicated to focus and concentration. Whether you’re a parent who wants to provide an A+ study zone for your child or if you, yourself, could use a more productive home office, here are five improvements…
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Cyberbullies: How Parents Can Prevent, Spot, and Stop Online Harassment

  By Emily Graham, Guest Writer As a parent, cyberbullying can seem like a foreign concept. When you were a kid, bullies were something you dealt with at school, not a threat that followed you around 24/7. However, now that the digital world is a central part of our lives, cyberbullying has become a major…
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Helping Young Students Excel in the Classroom Post-Adversity

  By Sally Writes     Helping Young Students Excel in the Classroom Post-Adversity Adversity can manifest itself in countless ways. Stress, poverty, disability, exposure to substance abuse and neglect can make it increasingly difficult for a young student to develop all the necessary skills needed to excel both in the classroom as well as life in…
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Assume Positive Intent (API) – Insights from Dr. Joe Utay

By Dr. Joe Utay, Co-Founder, Director of Counseling & Evaluations   We almost never truly know the real intent of a person’s comment. A complement could really be an attempt to manipulate. An insult may have been meant as a joke. One invitation is friendly while another is an obligation. Even a gesture or facial…
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The Effects of Technological Changes on Education

  By David Webb, Guest Writer   The issue with technology is that it moves the humanity forward. Needless to say, this affects the field of education in more than several ways. First of all, it introduces the concept of learning aids and opens up the probability of online learning. Still, this is just the…
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8 Things That Will Motivate Students To Study Harder

  By Annabelle Fee, Guest Writer Annabelle is part of the Content and Community team at Smile Tutor, sharing valuable content with their own community and beyond.   Motivation is a topic that researchers have studied for many years; whether it’s how to motivate a dog to do tricks or how to motivate students to…
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Tips to Improve Performance Around Testing Time

Tips to Improve Performance Around Testing Time created by MacCormac College  

4 Things You Can Do to Keep Your Kids Happy This School Year

By Emily Graham, Guest Writer Photo Credit: Pexels   When the days get a little longer and the weather cools, it can only mean one thing: School is in session! A new school year can be a wonderful opportunity for students to get a fresh start, but it can also be filled with anxiety. Even…
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How Music Helps with Mental Health – Mind Boosting Benefits of Music Therapy

  “If you were to look at those brains, you couldn’t tell the difference between people who were interacting through music and people who were interacting verbally.”  – Edward Roth     By Will Tottle, Guest Writer   Music has been with us for thousands of years as a form of entertainment, communication, celebration, and mourning. There…
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