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  • Time Management Tips for IIT Aspirants.  By : Ajay Roy
    The daily schedule can include activities like studying, playing, and resting. Make sure you stick to your schedule. Time management ensures that you create a personalized schedule that works for you and lends you the flexibility to decide what is important for you.
  • This November Expose Your Students to New Perspectives on the Native American Experience  By : RaceBridges for Schools
    With November just around the corner, Americans are preparing to celebrate not only Thanksgiving but also National American Indian Heritage Month. For educators, this is the perfect time to explore new perspectives on the history of indigenous peoples in the U.S., as well as to discover the history never heard. One way to do that is to get students thinking critically about what they don’t know — and why they don’t know it. Wondering how to spark this discussion in your classroom? Here are som
  • Thanksgiving - the perfect time to ask students, “Who’s missing from our table?”  By : RaceBridges for Schools
    In discussing the story of the original Thanksgiving table, teachers can mine students’ understanding of an event that schoolchildren have always been taught was about peace and fellowship between two peoples. Of course, most historians agree that this traditional story has been highly mythologized – and neglects the painful truth about Native American genocide and assimilation. When students understand that the first Thanksgiving table was perhaps not as welcoming as they’ve been taught, they c
  • Outwitting the Schoolyard Bully  By : Laurel Springs
    Schools report that more than a quarter of a million students are physically attacked during the school day with 160,000 kids missing school everyday due to bullying and school violence. Distance Learning education has now become a viable option.
  • 10 Tips To Choose Distance Learning  By : Laurel Springs
    Choosing the right distance learning program can be a daunting task even for seasoned industry experts. Here are a few guidelines to help you determine what program is right for you.
  • Waldorf Education - a social masterpiece  By : jgraf
    An article from Insight21 presenting Waldorf Education, why it works so well and its many benefits.
  • Getting Ready for the ISEE Test  By : Arthur Tibel PhD
    You have visited all the schools and you are certain you have chosen the best one for your child. They give the ISEE (The Independent Schools Entrance Examination) as part of their admitting procedure.
  • Great Recommendation Letters Win Big Scholarship Bucks  By : Dale Clifton, The Scholarship Doctor
    As the competition for scholarship money has increased, the need for great recommendation letters has also increased. It's important to get the best responses possible. Two or three sentences is not a good effort. "Cookie cutter" letters should be avoided.
  • The Reason Bright Kids Often Struggle To Read and How To Help  By : David Morgan
    It is unfortunate that some children develop serious reading problems quite unnecessarily. The cause can be the design of the early reading books that they use. As a parent or teacher, it is important to know the pattern of symptoms you will see when this is happening.
  • Parent's Involvement in Children's Education  By : Alex Martin
    The importance of parental involvement as an accelerating and motivating factor in their children’s education is a worldwide-accepted fact. This research project provides an in depth explanation along with specific reasons, the importance of parents’ involvement in their children’s education
  • Teenager Substances Abuses  By : Firoj Khan
    Many parents finding that there son or daughter have been struggling with teen drug abuse. Basically drug abuse is a catastrophic revelation. Thoughts of failure, disappointment, guilt, and embarrassment flood a parents mind. However, you must rememb
  • School Bullying a typical issue  By : Firoj Khan
    Bullying has been defined as “the tendency for some children to frequently oppress, harass or intimidate other children, verbally, physically or both, in and out of school.” Bullying is the general term applied to a pattern of behavior whereby one person with a lot of internal anger, resentment and aggression and lacking interpersonal skills chooses to displace their aggression onto another person or a person who is habitually cruel or overbearing, especially to smaller or weaker people.
  • Disrespectful and Rebellious Teens  By : Firoj Khan
    Defiant Teens are children that have no respect for authority and mainly disrespect their parents.
  • Bipolar Disorder A Depressive Symptoms in Teens  By : Firoj Khan
    Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes extreme mood swings. This condition is also called manic-depressive illness. It may be caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain.
  • Online High School Diplomas  By : Harris Jhosta
    It used to be that if a person didn’t graduate from high school, their lives were going to go downhill from there. These days life is a little more flexible, although it still holds true that to hold a decent job you need the bare minimum of a high school education. Luckily, the rise of the digital age has brought about resources to help those who didn’t graduate obtain a high school diploma online.
  • Your Teens and Their Schools  By : Firoj Khan
    9th June 2006 , Many students who, for one reason or another, are not succeeding in regular public schools are being sent to alternative placements.
  • Teach Your Kids Arithmetic - Calculations with Percents  By : Joe Pagano
    How important on a scale of 1 to 10 would you say knowing how to do basic percents was? Personally, I cannot think of a more important basic math function than this. Yet most people struggle with the very basics of percent calculations. This should not be the case. My aim in writing Arithmetic Magic was to show people that they can do basic arithmetic, and this once realized would empower them to study math at a higher level and become more interested in this most precious discipline.
  • Teaching Addition to a Child with ADD  By : Katie Criss
    This article is about teaching a child with ADD addition. This article also includes a Lesson plan that illustrates how to go about teaching this task.

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