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Why do teachers quit?  

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Johanna Sorrentino :
Every year there is a crew of new teachers at your child's school, with the ink on ...

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Types of tutoring: What's best?  

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Cheri Lucas :
Maybe your child's teacher notices him struggling in a certain subject area, or perhaps you want to ...

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Developing reading skill in English  

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Touhid Ebrahim :
English is the most used international language and most commonly spoken language in the world. It is ...

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Are learning styles a myth?  

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Anna Weinstein :
What kind of learner are you?
If you ask most adults, they'll tell you-"I'm a visual learner," "Definitely ...

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Tick tock teaches kids about time  

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Skila Brown :
Admit it. When she was small, you were secretly glad she couldn't tell time.  We've all announced ...

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Unlocking child's talent  

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Danielle Wood :
Could your child be the next idol? The next president of your country? Perhaps.
Daniel Coyle, author of ...

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When a child needs extra help  

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Julie Williams :
No parent wants to see a child struggle in school, but even straight-A students sometimes run into ...

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Dealing a teen who talks back  

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Lisa Medoff :
Parents often notice a resurgence of the "terrible twos" when their child enters adolescence, complete with the ...

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Encouraging a shy preschooler to participate  

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Laurie Edwards :
Some young children bounce through life eager to try new experiences. Others hang back, cling to a ...

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Cell Phones : 21st Century learning tools  

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Johanna Sorrentino :
Cell phones: a defining feature of the youth culture. Educators have labeled them a classroom disturbance, and ...

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