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By Set Them Up For Success
Debbie Elder will also be the owner of Shady Oak Primary School effective August 2014. Shady Oak Preschool has been located in Richmond for 27 years. Joyce Trigger opened the Primary school in 2006.

By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
Prof. John Banzhaf is well known for requiring his law students to bring legal actions to pass his course but on Monday [3/4] he will assign homework in which undergrads will have file a real legal document aimed at the problem of food and obesity.

Online assignment help services are now become easy ! Academic Help and support is an important need in the present scenario. Student need to excel in the subjects and that need excellent essay writing, dissertation and assignment solving skills.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
It seems like we just began the new school year yesterday, but I am already receiving emails for strategies on final exams and test taking as the first quarter draws to a close and exams begin to creep closer.

Rjenda selected by Westside Neighborhood School, Los Angeles to manage student workload and schedules.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
There are a number of programs out there that promise to organize lives that are headed by parent coaches, or life coaches, or what have you. The reason for this newer phenomenon is simple: organization and management are not innate!

By selected by St. Andrews Episcopal School, Amarillo (TX) to manage student workload

By Brightstorm
Brightstorm has released an iPad and iPhone app to help high school and college students' homework needs. Brightstorm subscribers who download this app can access 3,000 high videos by expert teachers, with mobile-optimized UI.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
If we allow ourselves as a society and a culture to debate over how much homework a child should be given, we are lost. We should instead be concerned with what kind of homework should be given, and to understand its purpose.

By Link-Systems International, Inc.
MyAcademicWorkshop™ is a differientated online assesment system that helps place students into appropriate mathematics courses and helps increase student engagement and sense of accomplishment for students struggling in mathematics.

Rjenda has enhanced its iPhone application by adding a new Library module -

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
For parents who have struggled with their children through any grade, the start of the next school year brings anxiety and fear of both the unknown and the prospect of rehashing the traumatic experiences from the previous year.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
In our hurried lives, almost from the time our children are born, “time” means “hurry,” and “hurry” means “stress.” A classic case of A=B=C, or A=C.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
As technology use increases and becomes more efficient, it seems as if we as a society expect that this new technology will solve our problems for us. Procrastinate? There’s “an app for that.”

By Shachar Tal -
sCoolWork, an innovative web app which decreases homework preparation time while ‎increasing quality, releases a unique free editor to comply with ‎MLA/APA/Chicago styles. Editor was developed in gamification which ‎revealed strong demand. ‎

By NorCal Press
Author, Jean Tracy, gives parents unique tool in enjoyable Kindle eBook “Character Building With Problem Stories And Family Discussions”.

Adults with ADHD, parents, psychologists/MDs, social workers, educators, coaches, advocates, and education/ healthcare reporters with an interest in ADHD **PRESS PASSES AVAILABLE**

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
"How do I get my parents off my back?" Whenever I hear this very common complaint from students, I try to explain that there is good news as well as bad news in this dilemma.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
In society’s rush to ask more and more of students, and to demand it sooner and sooner, we often overlook just how much we are requiring of our children.

By Richard Meade, Director Market Development
Link-Systems International, Inc. has been selected for the 2012 Best of Tampa Award in the Data Processing & Preparation category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA).

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
"Responsibility" has been a buzzword for a long time as well as how it relates to school and schooling in our society.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
After-school activities have become such a large portion of children’s and families lives that it is almost a given that someone you just meet will ask you about the sports or other activities in which your child is enrolled.

By Shachar Tal
Innovative web app decreases homework preparation time while increasing work quality. ‎Experts: "sCoolWork has the potential to substantially influence how people process ‎information".‎

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Speaking up takes courage. Each week I am amazed at the parents who have the courage to write to me about their questions and concerns for their children's education.

By Steven Porada
New Bridge Laundromat & Dry Cleaners located in Bergenfield, NJ has opened their doors 24 hours, five days a week to better serve their customers.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
During the holiday season, it’s so easy to get caught up in what we do - buying presents, chauffeuring the kids to special activities, or cooking a big family dinner - that we sometimes forget to reflect on who we are.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Most parents have heard their child complain, "But I don't know how to do it!" The natural inclination is to respond, "Let me help." Unfortunately, this leads many parents to cross the line of parenting into teaching.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Before jumping to extreme conclusions such as a pre-diagnosis of ADHD and considering testing, I advise attempting small strategies for change to see if they address the dilemma.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
In our children’s generation, the definition of success is changing. The style in the workplace is shifting from management by one boss and many workers to teamwork and independent action.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Grades are not meant to be a badge of honor or shame to the recipient; they are simply notations that give a numerical reflection of how much our child has left to learn.

By AkariTutoring
AkariTutoring has taken over the educational market in Northern Virginia. They capitalize over both online and offline tutoring at the most competitive rates available. Akari offers qualified tutors who cover K-12, SAT, ACT, TJ Test, and AP classes.

By Clyde Wright
"My dog ate my homework". That excuse may have worked for you in school but as an adult, late fees can't be explained away.

By Jo Keim
Suffolk County students K-12 invited to join their participating local public library on Monday September 26th for demonstrations on accessing the benefits of real-time, online, homework tutoring help available to them for free with a library card.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Personal responsibility is not innate for young students, it must be taught.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Transitions from memorization to paraphrasing can catch many off guard

By Green Degree Directory
A new Facebook app allows students to switch into “study mode” by the click of a button.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Many children fall under the school catchall label, “Does not follow rules,” and yet they seem perfectly able to follow rules at home.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Some parents believe their children shou1d be able to do everything on their own, while other parents believe their children need some parental guidance.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
As information trafficking evolves, so must the measure of literacy

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Picture everyone's life as a box, with the boundaries representing the rules that make up the limits of our rights.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Teach without punishments or rewards with logical consequences

By The Daft Punk Site
Ever wondered why Daft Punk dress as robots and wear masks? read here to find out >>>

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
For many children, I think the first time that they hear the instruction "Take your time" is when they get to school.

By KayBee Tutors, Tokyo - Private Tutors in Japan
Starting this month, KayBee Tutors - Reading & Math Tutors Tokyo will be offering Homework Help & After School Support Programs.

By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Learning weekly spelling words is a great way to begin independent learning

By michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center, is known for its richly diverse programs and events. Particularly shining bright is its Special Needs Department, also known as “Or Gadol” - which in Hebrew means “Bright Light.”

By Legend Apps, Inc.
First of its kind: The Reading Game makes reading books more exciting and fun than ever before.  With over 100 rewards to unlock, this game transforms daily reading into kids' favorite thing. It is simple and easy to use.

By Fournier Learning Strategies
It’s a magic word this time of year, particularly for seniors and their parents - proms, parties, celebrations, and caps and gowns. Senioritis is in full bloom.

By Fournier Learning Strategies
The notion of study skills has its roots two or more generations ago when people went to school to prepare for a working world that required sameness of thinking: Many people carrying out the same job description with the same level of productivity.


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