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All Blog Posts Tagged 'Education' (28)

Kickin' Off Catholic Schools Week: Open House Memories 2016

Catholic Schools Week 2016 officially began January 31, 2016 with lots of rain! But it didn't stop the crowds that gathered to check out my sons' school. We had a great time visiting every classroom and chatting with the teachers. I love collecting memories like these...the boys are growing up so fast. I'm thankful to have plenty of pictures to cherish always.

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Added by Maria E on February 2, 2016 at 4:37pm — No Comments

World Teacher’s Day: 10 Ways Early Education Shapes Future

The first five years of a child’s life are their greatest period of learning. Their minds are like sponges during that time, absorbing everything around them. Taking the time to incorporate some formal learning program during these early years will help determine how your children feel about education for the rest of their lives.…

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Added by Lynda Way on September 30, 2015 at 2:40am — No Comments

Writin an A-Grade Essay is Completely Possible

It is always challenging for students when they have to write essays. There many essays they have to write when studying. For example, an assigned essay for a class, an interesting essay…

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Added by Stacy Green on August 27, 2015 at 1:53pm — No Comments

How to Make Your Workplace Comfortable and Safe OR Basic Tips to Help you Work Productively and Keep Health

We live in the 21th century that consider to be the informational age.  More and more people become office workers now, whose main instrument is computer. Average working day is 8 hours and almost all the time person spends at his workplace. Any device has accident prevention and operating rules. With their…

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Added by Stacy Green on July 14, 2015 at 8:45am — No Comments

How To Improve the Physical Environment in the Classroom

If you want to make sure that your classroom setting is conducive to learning, give due consideration to how you arrange the room. The physical layout of the classroom actually influences student behavior, interactions with the teacher and with other students, and can influence a student’s ability to remain…

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Added by Stacy Green on July 7, 2015 at 11:30am — No Comments

10 Killer Websites to Help College Students through Studies

If you are a student you must be dreaming of getting enough sleep and having some free time just to do nothing. Studies swallow up all these opportunities leaving you one on one with mountains of academic tasks. I can’t promise that 10 websites described below will let you catch up on sleep but…

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Added by Stacy Green on May 28, 2015 at 8:10am — 1 Comment

10 Most Useful Websites for Every Student

Fortunately, college students can sleep like a baby because there are people who actually care about their sleep. Here the most useful sites for students which intended to make their life easier and more pleasant. They help to control your state of health and mailboxes, understand the…

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Added by Stacy Green on May 20, 2015 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

Homeschooling for Dummies: Why It Might not Work

Educating your kid at home seems a perfect way to avoid bullying and many other problems. In fact, it is gaining popularity so fast that schools are under a threat to get empty in another hundred years. However, there is more to it than just pros. As any other innovation, homeschooling has different sides…

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Added by Stacy Green on March 16, 2015 at 7:30am — No Comments

The Process of Composing a Research Paper

Research paper is a combination of views, thoughts, statistics, and facts regarding a particular topic. This type of academic paper is more complicated than ordinary essay because a student has to conduct a broad research first. It involves gathering, analyzing and interpreting topic-related data.

How does the process of constructing a good research paper look? Instructors define three steps of writing this type of work.

To begin with, a student should set a prewriting process.…

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Added by Stacy Green on March 3, 2015 at 7:30am — No Comments

Seminars and Classes

This post is to encourage you to avail yourself to seminars, conferences and classes.  I know it costs money to attend and it takes planning for your family and sometimes rearranging schedules.  We need to recognize the need for concentrated growth in our lives.  Just like vacation time is important to relax and refocus our lives at times.  Times of investing in the Word of God, and classes/seminars that better our lives are necessary.  It is nice to go to a one day class, but there is a…

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Added by Jessica Briggs on October 29, 2014 at 5:06pm — No Comments

Parents Were You Afraid of Letting Your Teenager Get Behind the Wheel of the Car?

I can’t believe that my daughter is old enough to get her drivers license already, it seems like yesterday that I was bringing her home from the hospital.  The time has flown by quickly and she is turning into a beautiful young lady.  My daughter was born with a bilateral hearing loss and wears a cochlear…

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Added by Christy Garrett on March 13, 2013 at 2:33pm — No Comments

Enriching The Mind Of A Curious Child

What good questions did you ask today?” was Albert Einstein’s mother Pauline’s greeting to his genius son as soon as he gets home. This one question may not have been the lone reason that shaped the genius that he was but there is a great possibility that it contributed a lot.…

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Added by The Mommist on June 9, 2012 at 7:28am — No Comments

Teachers Are So Valuable!

After speaking with a high school AP Psychology teacher at Mallard Creek High School, Mr. Bradshaw opened our eyes to: The Me Fast, Me Furious, Me First demographic of student.  My Media Tutor is now tapping into the popular kinesthetic, visual and auditory learner, applying our E3 formula to the equation to stimulate learning. You can use this workshop for continuing education hours for your teachers, instructors, professors and public speakers who needs to tell a story. …

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Added by Francene Marie on May 25, 2012 at 10:40am — No Comments

Be responsible "PARENTS"

I work in social services and had a 12 yr old who was recommended to attend a Magnetic Program during high school. I provided his mother with the application about a month ago and informed her of the date and time the application must be submitted. I followed up about a week before the application was due and his mother informed me that he has not completed it but she will have him do it over the weekend. I advised her that he will need some assistance.

The day before the application…

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Added by kmarie on February 18, 2012 at 3:25pm — No Comments

The Most Overlooked Report Card Truths

This is the latest article from Tantrums, Troubles, and Treasures.  The Most Overlooked Report Card Truths details what the second report card really means for a child.  Most teachers don't go into this much detail so I hope the "truths" help your family.  Best wishes!

The Most Overlooked Report Card Truths

Added by Clayton.Thomas on January 28, 2012 at 8:17am — No Comments

Labels, labels everywhere!

A guest post by Amanda Lehrman from The Momma Files. Amanda Lehrman has a background in education and is a mother to her son Jack. This is her final post in the September Education Series as a guest writer for Mama Tales. With the various spelling strategies taught in school, many parents struggle with which one to use at home. Some of you tell your child to sound out the word, some say to look it up in the dictionary or refer to spell check on the computer. I believe that a combination of…
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Added by MamaTalesBlog on September 26, 2011 at 1:04am — No Comments

ABC, Easy as 123

A guest post by Amanda Lehrman from The Momma Files.

Amanda Lehrman has a background in education and is a mother to her son Jack. She will be a guest writer for Mama Tales during the month of September on Mondays. Please check back here for more educational tips to prepare your little ones for school.



From a very young age, children notice everything; planes, lights, signs, pictures. Parents should take advantage of this opportunity to expose their children to everything… Continue

Added by MamaTalesBlog on September 5, 2011 at 11:54am — No Comments

September Guest Series - Prepare Your Child for School

I'm sure every mama out there thinks about their child's grey matter. No, I'm not talking about some weird diaper of poop. I'm talking about their noggin. I'm sure you will agree that we want our children to do well in school. If your child isn't old enough you are probably wondering what we can do at home to prepare them for school.

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Added by MamaTalesBlog on August 31, 2011 at 10:53pm — No Comments

Tantrums, Troubles, and Treasures (The Belly Floppers)

Today's post is called "The Belly Floppers."  It is for parents who want tips for children returning to school.  These suggestions will set children off in the right direction and create a smoother transition into the next grade. http://www.claytonpautlhomas.com

Added by Clayton.Thomas on August 2, 2011 at 8:39am — No Comments

Education: Punishing the child or not?

Have you noticed that no other animal attacks with violence their offspring? Read more

 

Added by Adelle Shiri on December 17, 2010 at 6:00pm — No Comments

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