Tuesday, Sep 19,2017


Homeschooling is a practical alternative or replacement to schooling institutions. In conformity with your state laws concerning this kind of education, children study and learn under the parents’ supervision. Parents have several explanations and justifications why they need or want education at home. They have concerns regarding the safety of their children, the quality of education that is offered in public schools, the expensive cost of private schooling and the strug... ...

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Wednesday, Aug 23,2017


In this article, you will learn about some important points to getting the most out of online tutoring. ...

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Thursday, Aug 17,2017


This form of school-related stress hounds the kindergarten pupil as much as the Ivy League scholar. Test anxiety is when a student becomes so nervous about taking an examination that he can no longer perform well. This is actually a type of performance anxiety that prevents a student from reading and writing the right answers to a test. Sometimes, a little anxiety can serve as a motivation for a student to prepare and study harder for an upcoming examination. But if it already creates a paralyzing effect and disrupts daily routine, it may already be a case that must be referred to the academic supervisor or to the school psychologist. ...

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Monday, Jul 31,2017


Tutors are basically teachers who help students or learners to obtain more information and skills on specific subjects. Tutors are professionals who are considered knowledgeable or experts in their specific fields like typing, math, English or other subjects. Generally, students who require one-on-one training on a particular subject require coaching outside school hours. Both adults and students sometimes require extra help in some subjects of areas of knowledge and this... ...

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Wednesday, Jul 26,2017


Taking the SAT, GMAT or other tests can be taxing on students, particularly since most academic institutions use these tests to help them make admissions decisions about the applicants. A good score makes an applicant stand out, while a poor score damages the applicant’s chances. In the face of pressure, some students experience examination anxiety, which causes them to panic during a test. Other reasons may be lack of focused preparation. Due to one or a combination of these factors, test preparation tutoring is gaining popularity. ...

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Friday, Jul 21,2017


Taking the SAT, GMAT or other tests can be taxing on students, particularly since most academic institutions use these tests to help them make admissions decisions about the applicants. A good score makes an applicant stand out, while a poor score damages the applicant’s chances. In the face of pressure, some students experience examination anxiety, which causes them to panic during a test. Other reasons may be lack of focused preparation. Due to one or a combination of these factors, test preparation tutoring is gaining popularity. ...

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Monday, Jul 10,2017


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Sunday, Jul 09,2017


Here are five tips to help you determine when it's appropriate to engage the services of a tutor for your child. ...

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Tuesday, Jul 04,2017


Realized or not, computer has changed people in their daily life. It has changed the way people accomplish their jobs. Besides for doing works, for many people computer is also a great entertainment tool that can be used to play videos, enjoy music or interact with others. In this information and electronic age many computer programs have even two different functions, as a tool for learning or improving different skills as well as entertaining the user. Such programs are ofte... ...

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Thursday, Jun 29,2017


When you think of career fields that call for courage, jobs that may call for loss of life are most often thought of. So the career fields of firemen, policemen or the military are jobs that involve a great deal of courage that we cannot discount. Teachers, by contract don’t really think of themselves as strong or brave individuals compared to these more obvious choices. But it takes a tremendous courage to be a teacher in ways that it is worthwhile to acknowledge as we are doing here today....

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Wednesday, Jun 21,2017


Attention Deficit Disorder, otherwise commonly know as ADD, is a psychosomatic condition which is normally characterized by learning and behavioral disorders. ADD is generally diagnosed in children and it affects the male infant population more than girls. Attention deficit disorder not only occurs in childhood but also continues till adulthood in many cases. Anti-social behaviors are common with ADD individuals, but are not seen in children with ADD. Attention Deficit Hyp... ...

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Tuesday, Jun 13,2017


Understanding how autistic children learn is key to teaching them with the same intensity as you teach other children. This may seem like a straightforward idea, but autistic children learn so differently that understanding autism itself is a must when you teach autistic children. By becoming educated in the disorder, teachers can effectively learn to deal with autistic children and adults both in and out of the classroom, creating a more understanding world for everyone...

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Monday, Jun 05,2017


The article talks about bullying among children. Apart from defining what bullying is, the article also explains the two main reasons why some kids bully other children. In addition, the article also enumerates some of the ways on how kids should deal with school bullies ...

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Tuesday, May 30,2017


High school / College students and recent graduates seeking to get a foot in the door in the working world can gain valuable experience through volunteering. ...

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Tuesday, May 23,2017


If you are in high school or college, you know that you will not get the best grades if you have bad study habits. Unless you are a naturally gifted student, it takes some effort to get the grade point average you need to continue in your academic career. Even if you are gifted, bad habits can hurt your scores. ...

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Monday, May 15,2017


Home schooling a teenager is much different than home schooling a younger child. Teenagers usually know what they enjoy learning about and have a goal in mind about what they would like to do as a career. Home school is a great way to enhance and explore specific areas of expertise. Teenagers usually plan out their own curriculum and document their own record keeping, which teaches accountability. Most teens are capable of self study and self monitoring; they usually know where their strengths and weaknesses lie....

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Tuesday, May 09,2017


When we think about our sociability, we tend to think in either/or terms, as we do with so many aspects of human psychology. In other words, the question always seems to boil down to whether we are introverts or extroverts. Well, a new study suggests that most of us are somewhere in between those poles, falling into a lesser-known category: ambiverts....

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Sunday, Apr 30,2017


Having phones in the classroom can be distracting but they can be also useful. Pros and cons times....

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Monday, Apr 24,2017


In many ways in which, the standard high school curriculum is basically unchanged from decades past. Math and science courses in particular have remained the identical, though it’s easy to understand why: calculus remains calculus, physics remains physics, and algebra, well, algebra will be dated back to Babylon. However to get ahead in our digital world requires information on a great several subjects that are rarely taught in school, thus mastering them can offer a young adult with major blessings -- among them the hugely necessary but oft-misunderstood subject of analytics....

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Monday, Apr 17,2017


Once the strain of midterm exams is over, several students realize it is difficult to encourage themselves for the final push to the end of semester. Use your weekends to present you the stress relief you wish to recharge. ...

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Tuesday, Apr 11,2017


Autism and autism awareness are important topics, in society at large as well as within educational circles. However a great many people may have an incomplete or outdated understanding of what autism is, where it comes from and what it means for parents, teachers and the community. So here's a little background....

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Wednesday, Apr 05,2017


Many people search and search for the University they will attend upon graduation from high school. Eager students look forward to their time at university while parents wring their hands hoping that their children choose to attend a university that is not only close to home but also within their budget limitations. Another worry that parents have when their children decide to attend college is whether or not that university they attend will have the specialized and individualized services that their children were accustomed to receiving in high school. Face it; larger universities tend to be rather impersonal when it comes to the education of their students....

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Tuesday, Mar 28,2017


Homeschooling is a fairly well-established phenomenon. At present, over 1.5 million students are educated at home, that is double the number estimated within the late Nineties. These children account for around 3.5% of America’s students, a rate that, by all indications, looks likely to grow. One fascinating aspect of homeschooling is where it fits into the ongoing debates regarding college funding models....

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Sunday, Mar 19,2017


Ever checked to determine if your student is doing their homework only to find them paying attention to music, chatting on their phone, checking their social media sites and doing their homework at the same time?...

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Monday, Mar 13,2017


It can be exhausting being introverted, especially in as social a setting as a modern high school. There are so many groups, therefore several friendships, so several relationships that begin, that grow, that change, even finish....

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Monday, Mar 06,2017


Sleep is vital. Sleep is very vital. First of all, it’s precious time for our brains to rest, taking a chance from the laborious work they do all day getting us through this crazy carnival we have a tendency to call life. Doctors grasp full well simply how harmful a scarcity of sleep will be, each physically and mentally, as it will contribute to fret, anxiety, cognitive ability, high blood pressure, digestive problems, and abundant more....

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Wednesday, Mar 01,2017


They're always late or they're absent for reasons beyond their control or even their parents' control. But let's face it - some of those excuses truly take the cake. ...

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Thursday, Feb 23,2017


Choosing a career while still in high school can be a very tough business. Most specialists advise that picking a career be done gradually and with care. There are many reasons for taking this approach, and one of the most necessary reasons is simply that it will be risky to form decisions as a young person that will have lifelong ramifications. That having been said, some kids are prepared to urge a jump on the competition and take steps whereas still in high school which will cause them to a career that excites them. ...

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Thursday, Feb 23,2017


We take so much of today’s education system for granted, as though the way we teach young people has always been the way it is....

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Wednesday, Feb 22,2017


We are all about Myth busting so here are a few myths!...

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Wednesday, Feb 22,2017


Teachers and parents know that it is important to make learning part of a student’s holidays. With the holiday break fast approaching, we’ve compiled 5 ideas to keep your kids mentally engaged over the holiday season. If you have your own idea, we’d love to hear it!...

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Wednesday, Feb 22,2017


Today, many of us are spending increasing amounts of time on screens, whether that be watching TV, playing video games, working, surfing the web, or texting from our smartphones....

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Wednesday, Feb 22,2017


Many students claim not to like math. But for some, the issue with math is more than simply disliking algebra or fractions. For some students, doing math can cause negative emotions like fear of failure. This harms their ability to perform....

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Monday, Jan 09,2017


Choosing the right tutor for your child with learning and attention issues can seem like a daunting job. Knowing more about each potential tutor’s background and approach to teaching can help you narrow down the choices. Here are questions to ask before you hire a tutor for your child....

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Monday, Jan 09,2017


These methods are for students that truly want to succeed at studying....

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Sunday, Oct 30,2016


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Thursday, Sep 08,2016


Writing a clear and concise essay is a mandatory skill that all students must learn for not only high school but for secondary institutions as well. The following is a suggested guideline to help organize information for any essay. ...

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Wednesday, Aug 31,2016


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Thursday, Jul 28,2016


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Wednesday, Aug 05,2015


At SharpMinds we provide your family with individual attention, support, service and results! Our high quality tutoring services in French, Science, Physics, Chemistry, Math, English and Biology subject are convenient and affordable. Through our vast database, we are able to match your child’s specific educational needs with one of our superb educational specialists. Our teaching philosophy is based upon a firm belief that every child can succeed at school, given the proper encouragement, motivation and tools. We believe that a tutor’s most important job is to listen and observe how your child works and learns, and then provide each student with strategies to work and learn more effectively. Our aim is to reach underachieving students as early as possible and teach them effective and lifelong learning strategies and problem solving skills. This will begin a cycle of confidence, motivation, and academic success that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. ...

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