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Few of the Best Math Questions: Is there anyone to Challenge Solving All of these?

Nov 23, 2017 | Posted by: vnaya
Math’s is one among the education subjects that is full of treasure if the person involves into it, but on the other hand this could be mentioned even the worst subjects that is full of complication, this is for some of the students with weak intellectual. We are really sorry to say but it is…

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Audience Listen It First: Online Tutoring isn’t Your Choice yet! Why? Know what is stopping you from Online Tutoring and get the Answers for all of your Queries

Nov 7, 2017 | Posted by: vnaya
This normal behavior of the people while they see the Online Tutoring or hear about it, they start to ignore it and think about various flaws which could happen to hit their expenditure. Through various sources they have grabbed the wrong ideas about the Online Tutoring and hence they start to repel it away without…

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The Right Mindset for Success

Oct 4, 2017 | Posted by: Swati Mishra
People have different attitudes towards success and failure. Some of them consider success as doing the best in learning and win the game because they are talented. On the other hand, failure seems as a wake-up call or something that causes you to doubt your natural talent. Your mindset or infiltrating online tutoring and educational…

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How Online Tutors can Trigger Creativity in their Students?

Sep 12, 2017 | Posted by: Swati Mishra
These days the technology can grow faster in each field. If we talk about the educational processes, it becomes more digital every day. Students can easily select the most suitable resources that match their learning style out of many resources. Free online tutoring helps you to learn at your own pace that leads to better…

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3 Stress Free Ways to Stop the ‘Summer Slide’

Jun 15, 2017 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
Summer is here.  Soon school will be out and then everyone want to have a good time and that does not include having to do schoolwork! But all teachers know about the ‘summer slide’ – kids can lose up to three months or more of learning during the summer.  All because students ‘switch off’ from…

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10 Ways to take the Stress Off your Child

Jun 14, 2017 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
Take the stress out of exam time!! Your child may already be taking end of year exams and it can be a very stressful time.  Students are studying hard and parents are doing all they can to support their child.   Here are some ways to take the stress off your child, ways that you…

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What a Potluck Dinner Can Teach us About How Children Learn

May 22, 2017 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
Potluck dinners are a wonderful North American institution. They didn’t have them in the UK when I lived there and large dinner parties meant hard work and days of preparation for the host and hostess.   At a potluck the host asks people what they would like to bring and coordinates the dishes into a…

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Don’t Waste the Summer; Have a fresh start!

May 22, 2017 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
Will you waste the summer? Summer is coming. School is out – at least in North America where I live. The summer is the time to forget school and the stress and anxiety homework can cause and look forward to good times. Or is it? Yes, summer is about relaxing and having fun but it…

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Strategies that Leads to your Child’s Success In School and in Life!

May 12, 2017 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
The one most effective, efficient, easy to do, guaranteed to succeed, powerful, proven strategy that leads to your child’s success In school and in Life! A magic trick that any parent can do There is one question that parents always ask, “What’s the best way to help my child learn?” Parents expect me to tell…

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Parents and the Education System

May 10, 2017 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
Parents have a special role to play in education systems and it is not always a pleasant one.  Parent are underdogs.  Teachers may say, and believe, that parents play a vital role in helping children learn, which they do, but they rarely provide parents with the ability to make this happen. How do I know…

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