2014 yearly archives

What Type of Learner Is YOUR Child?

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Dec 04,2014 | Posted in Learning Styles by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Every student learns uniquely and processes new information in different ways. Our learning style is defined by the way our brain processes and remembers information. We are born with our learning style and can we can have more than one … Read More

Great Holiday Books to Share with Your Kids

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Dec 04,2014 | Posted in Reading by Suzanne McKernan

It’s a busy time of year and we often get caught up in a buying frenzy and forget what the season really means. One of the most important gifts you can give your child is the love of books. Here … Read More

Redesigned SAT: Eight Key Changes

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Nov 25,2014 | Posted in SAT Prep, Study Tips, Test Prep, Tutoring by Suzanne McKernan

  In March, the College Board announced a major overhaul of the SAT. Beginning in the Spring of 2016, the SAT will revert to its original 1600 point scale. What does this mean? How will it effect your student? Here’s … Read More

Avoid Frustration at Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Nov 11,2014 | Posted in Academic Goals, Advocate for Your Child, Back To School, Organization, Parent Blogs by Suzanne McKernan

The end of the marking period is coming to a close. For many of us it’s the first time we will meet our child’s teacher. It’s an opportunity to find out how your child is doing academically, emotionally and socially. … Read More

American Education Week 2014

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Nov 07,2014 | Posted in American Education Week by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

American Education week is celebrated every year in November , specifically the week prior to Thanksgiving, to celebrate public education. This week honors those who dedicate their lives to making a positive impact on a child by making sure they … Read More

Science Resources For Kids

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Sep 29,2014 | Posted in Learning Resources, Science by Miguel Azcona

Do you have a child who has an interest in science? There are many online resources available to encourage learning science at home.  Here are some sites that can help your child increase the love of science. Science Kids is … Read More

5 Apps That Promote Creativity

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Aug 25,2014 | Posted in Technology by Miguel Azcona

Determining what tools or skills that promote creativity can be challenging; do you focus on problem-solving? Drawing? However, some of the more trusted factors that promote creativity are collaboration, modeling, dynamic tools, and confidence. There are various ways to build … Read More

5 Must Read Non-Fiction Books

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Aug 18,2014 | Posted in Reading by Miguel Azcona

It’s already hard enough to get children to read books with the many different distractions that exist today, so it may feel like an accomplishment just to get a child to open any book; however, it is becoming ever so … Read More

Promote Literacy With These 5 Apps

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Aug 16,2014 | Posted in Reading, Technology by Miguel Azcona

If your child had to choose between reading a book or playing a video game what would they choose? Nowadays more and more children choose to put down books to play video games. It is our job as parents to … Read More

Create Back to School Success with these 4 Tips!

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Aug 11,2014 | Posted in Back To School, Organization by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

It is August and back to school time is almost upon us. This is a great time to reassess your home organizational strategies. What was successful last year and what wasn’t? Setting goals is key to school success. Here are … Read More


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