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How Early Should I Start Preparing for the ACT or SAT?

One great standardized test score has the ability to allow you to get into the college of your choice or prevent you from being able to enroll. Whether it is the ACT or the SAT, a poor score could be …

7 Tips for Increasing Student Memory

Not all students learn equally. For instance, one child can pick up on something within minutes while it may take another student a couple of hours to do. As a teacher, it can be a frustrating experience when you are …

3 Tips to Use Technology Both In and Out of the Classroom

By now, hopefully, you have embraced technology as an educator and have figured out ways to use it properly in the classroom. But there are those educators that still have a fear of what they do not know, so they …

6 Smart Ways to Bring Spontaneity into Your Classroom

Sticking to the books is important with certain things. If there’s little margin for error and little time for exploration, spontaneity may feel ill advised. Fortunately, most learning opportunities don’t require such rigid structure. Venturing outside of the norms and …

An iPad Is a Perfect Choice to Be the Computer Device for Your Young Child

Once the internet officially began (don’t even think about taking credit, Al Gore), the world of education changed forever. I remember when all of those computers in the school were mainly used as fancy word processors for all of us …

Steps for Fostering a Growth Mindset in the Classroom

When a student faces learning difficulties, it’s easy to think that it’s just a ‘half-empty, half-full glass’ type of situation. Some students see failure as a challenge, while others consider it as a dead-end. But it’s not the teacher’s job …