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Nov
17
2012

10 Outdoor Activities To Do With Kids

Guest Post By: Morgan Shawe Too often in this day and age, children spend most of their time inside the house sitting in front of the television set or playing video games. Parents generally want their children to expand their hobbies and play outdoors, but it can sometimes be difficult to come up with activities that …Related Posts:Turning Your Backyard into a PE PlaygroundThree Fun and Educational Things to do with Your Kids this SummerPuzzle [...]

Nov
12
2012

Boston: One of My Favorite Cities

Boston is one of my favorite cities and I try to get back there as often as I can.  I have a lot of family and friends in the area so while vacationing there, I divide my time between visiting  different friends and trying to fit in as many sites as I can. There are plenty of places I tend …Related Posts:Traveling With Kids

Oct
27
2012

College Entrance Exams: Raising Scores

College Entrance Exams: Raising Scores with Free Prep Courses Guest Post by Kate Wilson Recent SAT test scores show that the average critical reading section score is the lowest it has been since 1972. The high school graduating class of 2012 received an average score of 496, out of a possible 800. The average score for writing has also dropped by …Related Posts:College Entrance Exams: Raising Scores SIMPLE WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR STUDYING HABITSSAT StrategiesGuest [...]

Oct
21
2012

Advice From 1st Grade for Presidential Debaters

The presidential debate is coming to Boca Raton, my hometown.  In the midst of this truly exciting event I’d just like the candidates to remember  a few ground rules that  they probably learned in 1st grade. 1. Be kind. 2. Stay in your own personal space. 3. Tell the truth. 4. Take responsibility for your actions. 5. No interrupting each other. I could go …Related Posts:LET BOYS BE BOYS – BUT LET THEM BE GENTLEMAN [...]

Oct
14
2012

Social Media as a Teaching Tool

Guest Post By Stacey Anderson As the world changes, teachers have to adjust their teaching methods to get through to their students. Every generation brings out a new set of instructing obstacles, especially with the recent growth of technology. If you’re aiming to be a “cool” teacher, or at least a relevant one, you might want to look into using …Related Posts:25 iPad Apps Changing College PrepHow to Write an Essay ExamDos and Don’ts in [...]

Oct
7
2012

Tips for Success When Taking Online Classes

Guest Post By:  Lisa Shoreland Online classes offer a number of benefits. For younger students, online courses offer more options to meet a diverse set of learning styles, as well as classes to supplement the traditional curriculum. For older students, online classes offer flexibility to meet personal obligations while pursuing an education. Because the nature of online education is so …Related Posts:How to Write an Essay ExamDos and Don’ts in Writing College Application EssaysEssay writing [...]

Sep
29
2012

Leave the Computer at Home

Leave the Computer at Home: Why Taking College Notes in a Journal is a Better Idea Guest Post By Maria Rainier There is nothing more I love in this world than my Apple Macbook computer. It’s perhaps the single greatest investment I’ve ever made in my life, and, no, I’m not exaggerating. As a full-time writer, I greatly depend upon my …Related Posts:How to Write an Essay ExamDos and Don’ts in Writing College Application EssaysEssay [...]

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