A Mother and Child doing homework at home

Learning to set goals is an important part of growing up and learning responsibility for children. From building confidence to teaching perseverance, helping kids set goals is key for achieving success both inside the classroom and out. Setting Goals: The First Step To Success While goals differ depending on your child’s age, strengths, and aspirations, […]

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Group of students studying.

Many students are unsure if it’s more time efficient to study with a group of classmates or on their own. Sometimes students prefer the independence and control of studying alone. Other students need a study group to help motivate them. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of group study vs self-study, and when […]

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Common types of test takers and study tips for each

An important part of measuring a student’s understanding of class material, tests are a fact of life for students. So, it’s not surprising that tests can also be the most stressful part of school. Sometimes, there’s just no getting around the stress that comes with an upcoming test. Understanding what type of test-taker your child […]

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How to use spaced practice header

With the amount of new information students learn every day, remembering—and understanding—it all can be tough. Making sure your child develops the most effective study skills is the first step toward success. One of the most effective study techniques students of every age can use is called spaced practice. What Is Spaced Practice? Spaced practice […]

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