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Effective time management tips for perfect grades

Aug 14, 2019 | Posted by: vnaya
Time is the most effective weapon and wisest counsellor especially in a student’s life. Managing academics is a very crucial aspect for a student as it becomes an imperative milestone to decide further course of their life. Time is the coefficient of this phase which can either make or break you. Time values only those…

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Modern Parenting: Using Technology To Give Kids the Best Possible Start in Life

Aug 8, 2019 | Posted by: vnaya
  Around 76% of parents make use of smart technology to help with parenting, according to research by Asurion. Given that technology can be used to further enhance the lives of children, it is important that the parents be aware of which particular gadgets can help. To this end, what fine pieces of technology can give…

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Enhancing the learning experience with Smart Schooling

Jun 10, 2019 | Posted by: vnaya
Smart Schooling System is an electronic School Management System that empowers the school to use and work a significant number of coordinated co-related modules and deals with the organization of school efficiently. Because of its regularly developing and focused nature, the training division has dependably been in need of Smart Schooling System to give a…

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What does my child need to learn?

Jun 6, 2019 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
What does my child need to learn? I rarely get this question put this way but this is what many parents mean when they ask about how they can help their child. The questions – How can I help?  Why is he struggling? What can I do? all lead to the same thing – parents…

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Online SAT Exam Details 2019-2020

May 10, 2019 | Posted by: Noor Ghumman
What is SAT? What is SAT Test? It is very important to know if you are thinking of applying to college. SAT is a standardized global test conducted and managed by academic the academic body of ‘The College Board’. It is taken by students seeking admission to competitive schools and colleges based on merit. “The full…

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NAPLAN- Smart Literacy and Numeracy Test

May 3, 2019 | Posted by: Noor Ghumman
Australia’s National Assessment Program–Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) is a comprehensive annual assessment for all students in year 3, 5, 7 and 9. It aims to test the necessary skills required by kids to progress in their school life. It is held in the month of May every year based on ACARA’s directions. Previously, it was…

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How can I help my child learn?

May 1, 2019 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
All parents want to help children learn and do well in school. They buy textbooks and educational games. They pay for tutoring and extra support. They worry about how well their child is doing. They stress about what they can do to help.  I know this because I have worked with many parents who are…

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Why Family Engagement in Education is Important?

Apr 8, 2019 | Posted by: Noor Ghumman
The formative years of a child’s education have been marked as important for erecting a bond of trust and connection between family and school. Children, whose guardians/parents are actively involved and envision high expectations from their educational make-up, tend to secure better grades, have a higher number of children graduating and more likely to opt…

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Online Tutoring- a Cost-Effective way to Enhance Learning Skills

Apr 5, 2019 | Posted by: Aashmeen
A Complete virtual environment, where the exchange of knowledge is done by the interaction between students and tutors separated by time and distance takes place. The Internet has become a global sensation nowadays and it has empowered the academic sector by providing as well as gaining educations through online means.  Online tutoring, by the dint…

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Your child’s learning style – and why it matters

Feb 25, 2019 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
Everyone prefers to learn in a different way.   For instance, I learn best by looking and my husband learns best by listening and talking.  This causes problems, especially when he is driving the car and I am navigating.  The conversation goes something like this –   ‘Where do I turn next?” “Keep going until you…

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