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Top Six Things Teachers Need from Parents

Top Six Things Teachers Need from Parents

If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to educate them too. Studies show that parents who get involved in the education of their students see much better results in confidence and grades. Of course teachers understand that parents have hectic schedules and very little time to share with their […]

| April 21, 2014 | Reply
Can we praise our children too much?

Can we praise our children too much?

The power of positive parenting is amazing and parents who grew up with little praise understand that children respond better to positive encouragement than they do to reprisals or the promise of punishment. But sometimes, praising your kids becomes such a habit that we tend to overdo it. “Somehow, parents have come to believe that […]

| April 14, 2014 | Reply
Overcoming Test Anxiety

Overcoming Test Anxiety

Many students suffer from anxiety when they have to prepare for and write tests and exams. Some get nervous because they are ill-prepared, while others get bogged down in stress regardless of how well-prepared they may be. When students are anxious, they are unhappy and their stress can negatively impact their ability to prepare for […]

| April 8, 2014 | Reply
Create your Family Emergency Plan Today

Create your Family Emergency Plan Today

Whether it’s a fire, bad storms or personal injury, every family experiences an emergency at one time or another. When your immediate and extended family members know what to do, you can increase the likelihood of getting the help you need when you need it and making it safely through any situation. Make a phone […]

| March 31, 2014 | Reply
How to Choose the Right College

How to Choose the Right College

It’s that time of year when prospective students are eagerly awaiting acceptance letters into their favorite schools. No doubt you have applied to more than one college and if you have several attractive offers, you want to make the right choice. It can be really difficult to decide between schools, so here is a little […]

| March 24, 2014 | Reply