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19 November 2018
By Michael Cole
  So after all the brain wracking and deliberation, not to mention the research, you have decided that homeschool is right for your child.   If you have not checked into the legal requirements to homeschooling in your state, please read this comprehensive state by state guide.    Now th...

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7 November 2018
By Samira Tasneem
Mastering grammar rules and having a rich vocabulary may seem to be enough. But when it comes to communicating in English, proper pronunciation is as essential as an abundance of the word stock and a good grip of grammar, if not more. Mispronunciation of any language can create confusion, misunderst...

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28 October 2018
By Samira Tasneem
Have you ever caught your dear son or daughter doing homework post-midnight, in the last hour, with anxiety all over their face? Or, are you familiar with “I’ll do it tomorrow!”? Well, then you can say your child has been a victim of PROCRASTINATION! When they’re putting off work at home, i...

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How do you teach your kids emotional intelligence
21 October 2018
By Raul Powell
  Before teaching children about emotional intelligence, one needs to know what the terms exactly mean. Emotional intelligence is the ability of individuals to recognize their own emotions and those of others. It is also about finding out the difference between different feelings and labeling ...

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15 October 2018
By Michael Cole
If you are reading this, then you have on some level, decided to homeschool your child.  That was not an easy choice. However, homeschooling your kid is not just the act of the act of one day waking up and deciding to teach your child. There are laws governing how you do it, the process that you ...

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11 October 2018
By Michael Cole
The face of education is constantly changing. Unfortunately, education is not. I know that sounds like a contradiction, but give me a minute or two to explain. Look around you, see all the new gadgets and software out there. Look at what your child interacts with on a daily basis. You will see sm...

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21 September 2018
By Michael Cole
Tick, tock... Time is getting closer. As you start to inch closer and closer to college, it dawns on every student that it is time to start looking at schools.  With that, you need to decide which test to take. Every school wither has a test they prefer, or some will take either.  So that help...

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Dyslexia
19 September 2018
By Samira Tasneem
Not every single child will learn to read at the same pace. We sometimes think that our children might be feeling that a text or a passage is just too hard to read. If your child is having a real hard time to read out loud, there is a big chance that he or she might be a victim of dyslexia. Dealing...

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27 August 2018
By Raul H. Powell
We aren’t exaggerating at all when admitting that technology has become so entwined in our daily lives that we can escape from it, no matter how desperate we are. Technology has affected how we live, work, play, communicate, network, and most importantly how we learn. With smartphones, tablets and...

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adult illiteracy
22 August 2018
By Michael Cole
The English Language is hard, It is considered by many experts to be a hard language to master.  Many words can have multiple meanings. Some words are spelled the same yet pronounced differently. The fact that verb and noun order can be the exact opposite of Latin languages (Spanish, French, Itali...

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