Are You Sure Luke Can’t Read?
Your child comes home with her or his report card, and you are surprised to see a low score on the reading section.
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Goodbye 2019 Hello 2020!
It is that time of year again – Holiday Time! For me, the end of the year and beginning of a new year is time to reflect upon what has been and plan for what might be. I am not a great believer in New Year’s resolutions, per se. I think you need more of a plan and then you need to implement the plan to have success in the coming year.
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Tips for ADHD Students - Part Two
As mentioned in part one, if you are an adult student, you can advocate for yourself and make many of the following changes for yourself.
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Tips for ADHD Students - Part One
If you are an adult student, you can advocate for yourself and make many of the following changes for yourself. I am also writing to parents of children with ADD or ADHD, and they may need to be more involved to help make the changes both at home and at school.
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Cheating Is For Losers!
Yes, I know. I am not supposed to be so blunt. Still, I believe the statement is true.
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Writing Dialogue Conversation in Writing!
Something to keep in mind when writing dialogue is to use a new paragraph each time the speaker changes. Dialogue is basically writing down a conversation.
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What is a subject? What is a predicate?
You might have heard of these terms before; however, many people have forgotten or never fully understood the meaning or the use.
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Just Help Me!
Just help me get through the course! I hear this more often than I would like. It isn’t that I don’t want to help – I do. However, just “getting through” a course isn’t the true goal of education.
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Don’t just think - Do!
Sometimes students (and others) get trapped in process. They spend a lot of time researching, talking, meeting in groups, researching some more, planning, coordinating, choosing a title (a possible title), discussing further, thinking about it, dreaming about how good it will be...
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Twenty-three Years and Counting!
I started the business in the fall of 1996 after discussing the idea with my wife, Gay Gennings. While she worked in Real Estate, she had a keen interest in education as well and saw the possibilities.
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