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Teaching My Kids More

After my kids started going to an academic school, I realized that it might be important to pay a little closer attention to their education. My wife and I started going over their homework with them after it was done and carefully helping them to correct any errors. We also had family study sessions when it was time to study for an exam or quiz. The difference was amazing. Within a few months, our kids were truly excelling at school. My blog is all about childhood education and how to find the books and supplies that you need to help your child along the way.

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Most Parents Love the Way Montessori Educational Techniques Emphasize Value
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Five Mistakes People Make With Online Training Courses
23 March 2016

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Most Parents Love the Way Montessori Educational Techniques Emphasize Value

When choosing child care for their children, most parents love the way Montessori educational techniques emphasize values like independence, creativity, social responsibility, and the absorbent mind. In order to make the most of your child's Montessori education, it's a good idea to implement Montessori principles at home whenever possible. This will help deepen your children's Montessori experience and create harmony between home life and school life. Here are six ideas. Read More 

Bachelor’s Degrees Just Aren’t What They Used To Be! The Hottest Jobs You Can Get With A Vocational Degree

Most people know that having a college diploma is a great asset in the search for landing a job, but in recent years, how people are getting their college diploma is changing. A recent study showed that over 30 percent of US residents have a college diploma, so it's something a job seeker needs. But more and more, students are passing up traditional four year schools for vocational schools that focus on one specific trade. Read More 

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 your time and money. Here are five reasons why. You chose the wrong type of course Read More 

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 great healthcare career paths that pay well, are rewarding, and don't require medical school. Here are five ideas to consider when looking for a career in healthcare: Read More 

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 poor behavior that is harmful to peers in preschool.  Responding  Violent behaviors are common in very young toddlers. Read More