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View Boris Gindis, Ph.D. Frustrated Child at School and What Can Be Done About It 9/15/2011 “We adopted our son at the age of 8 and he is with us a little less than three years now. After a few months of a good start in the school, he definitely started experience deep frustration that converted this immature but lovely, friendly, and seemingly happy child into a raging, violent person. But during summer he returns to his “normal” pleasant demeanor. What was wrong and what is to be done?” Dr. Gindis answers this question.
View Chris Robertson The Web Makes it Easy to Get Math Help 12/24/2007 Using video lessons that are interactive and cost-effective, students can essentially receive one-on-one math instruction while working through problems at their own pace.
View Chris Robertson Tutoring Services: Five Tips for Choosing the Best 8/5/2007 How do you make an informed decision about which tutoring service to use? Here are five tips for choosing the best.
View Dallas Brown Secrets to Helping Kids with Their Homework 1/19/2010 Studying can be painful especially when you have tons of assignments to do even after an already hard day’s work. But there are ways to make those burdens lighter. Here are some tips on how to help your kids and make their homework easier.
View Deep Dhanoa Dance, Music, Theater and Visual Arts Education 6/23/2008 NCLB classifies the arts as a core academic subject to be taught by highly qualified teachers. K-12 standards for dance, music, theater and visual arts education were developed in 1994 by the Consortium of National Arts Education Association. A 2005 Harris Poll found strong public support for the arts (see box). So the arts should be high on every district's priority list--at least, that's the message implied in recent national reports.
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