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Prepare Your Autistic Child for School

February 11, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Disease & Illness, K-12 Education, Reference & Education
When you have a child with autism, school can be a bit of a challenge. Some kids absolutely love school and excel at their studies, but fail to make a lot of friends; others can’t handle the environment and, as a result, end up struggling with their work. When this happens, you may find that …

3 Ways To Help Students Retain Information

May 5, 2014 | Author: | Posted in K-12 Education
Everyday students spend approximately 8 hours of their time in the classroom. Teachers work effortlessly to drill lessons into the minds of their students. But how much of that information do the students actually retain and remember once they leave the classroom? Sadly, it’s a smaller amount than one would think. However, through the use …
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Interactive eBooks for Children Create Lifelong Readers

August 29, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Home & Family, K-12 Education, Parenting
Technology continues to make a big impact on the everyday lives of everyone from young children to the elderly. This impact is being acutely felt in common activities such as reading. This age-old practice is now undergoing a radical makeover, and bookstores and libraries are no longer the only places to access reading materials. Interactive …

Pins to Help Decrease School Violence

August 28, 2013 | Author: | Posted in K-12 Education
School is back in session. That means tackling the long list of school supplies that need to be purchased, school clothes shopping, resetting schedules and getting back into the routine of early mornings and evenings of homework. But for children across the country, school is more than just a return to an old routine and …
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How To Get The Most Out Of High School

August 9, 2013 | Author: | Posted in K-12 Education
There are millions of teenagers in high school across the country, and many of them are thinking a lot about their future.  They know that they need to do well in school so that they won’t only get their high school diploma, but also get into a good college or university.  They’re under a lot …