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23
Mar

Five Mistakes People Make With Online Training Courses

Online training is a useful way to develop skills while you work. With an online course, you can complete your training while you have a full-time job and/or other commitments, and you can also earn a valuable qualification that can boost your career. However, with the wrong approach, online training could become a waste of […]

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21
Mar

5 Healthcare Careers That Don’t Require Medical School

Perhaps you have an affinity for healthcare and medicine and you love to help people, but the expense and number of years required for medical school have caused you to rule out becoming a doctor. With medical school costs averaging around a quarter million dollars, this is a very understandable dilemma. Luckily, there are some […]

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16
Mar

What You Can Do To Stop Violent Behavior At Preschool

When you put a group of toddlers together, things won’t always go smoothly. Responding to violent behaviors well and teaching alternative solutions is the key to helping young children gain the social skills needed to thrive in a preschool setting. Here are some things you can do as a parent to help your child redirect […]

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16
Mar

Four Transitional Objects You And Your Child Can Make Together To Help With Preschool Separation Anxiety

If your child is suffering from separation anxiety at preschool, a transitional object may help. A transitional object is something that helps your child transition from home to preschool and back again. Traditionally, transitional objects are teddy bears or blankets, but those items can be easily lost at preschool. Instead, consider working with your child […]

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15
Mar

5 Ways To Calm Your Nerves Before Taking Your Driving Exam

After spending countless hours learning the rules of the road, now’s the time to take that final step in your driver training. Unfortunately, the one thing that could stand in the way of you getting your driver’s license is your own nerves. There’s a good chance you’re feeling pretty nervous or anxious about taking your […]

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29
Jan

2 Crystal-Growing Experiments You Can Do With Your Middle School Child To Increase Their Science Interest

The 2005 National Assessment of Educational Progress showed the national average science scores of eighth graders are stagnating and falling by twelfth grade. According to University of Albany, helping your middle-schooler experience science as fun is a key element for them to have a higher performance in science. Then, when a student realizes science can be fun, they can […]

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19
Jan

3 Essential Considerations for the Disabled Private Pilot

If you’ve always wanted to take to the air as a private pilot, don’t let a physical disability send your dream crashing to the ground. Many disabled individuals pass through flight training at aviation colleges with flying colors to become licensed pilots. Here are three important considerations to keep in mind as you plan your […]

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