Studying doesn’t have to be difficult. It may seem like you or your child cannot get it all done, but with these especially curated study tips you will be able to make big strides. “Set aside certain regular study hours,” encourages Jasna Knowles, the longtime owner and operator of KnowledgeQuest in San Jose, CA.
- 20/11/2022 - 0 CommentsBest 10 Study Tips for Kids (and their Parents)Read More
- 06/06/2022 - 0 CommentsEducational Olympics: Can your child compete globally?Read More
Private or public, which one to choose? What can we do to help our children succeed in school? These have always been discussion topics at our family's dinner table. After I traveled to all continents and visited K-12 schools in 89 different countries, I asked myself how ready my daughter really is to compete in this world?
- 05/05/2022 - 0 CommentsThe Lazy Days Of SummerRead More
"Summertime is great", exclaimed one fifth grader. "It's like a whole bunch of Saturdays", added his sister. "Yeah", said a friend, “No school and you get to sleep late!" Every year as school work winds down and the weather warms up, millions of youngsters grow excited.
- 20/11/2016 - 0 CommentsMultiplication facts can be easyRead More
Students often struggle when learning their multiplication facts. This is mainly because they try to rely completely on the memorization process. Learning multiplication facts is a challenge, but it does not have to be a stressful one. Follow the tips below to help your children master their multiplication facts.
- 20/11/2016 - 0 CommentsBack to SchoolRead More
Remember the feelings you had on your first day of school? Remember the questions that swarmed through your mind? Do I have the right clothes? What teachers will I have? Will I meet new friends? Will the classes be hard? These same questions are still being asked by students today, regardless of their age, gender or school they attend.
- 20/11/2016 - 0 CommentsIEP TimeRead More
Though Individualized Education Programs (IEP's) can have their anniversary dates at any time during the year, most IEP's are reviewed annually in the spring. Now is a good time for parents to think about and plan for what they would like to see in their child's IEP for the next school year.
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