All Blog Posts Tagged 'education' (104)

Getting to College - Your Parental Role

There is no doubt that the transition from high school to college is a journey for both you and your teen. The magnitude of the move from 24/7 parent to empty-nester is not to be taken lightly, but your focus must be on helping your child in their journey. For many parents this requires a step back to allow your teen to explore their own needs and desires and take ownership of the process. But being involved without controlling the process can be a challenge.

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Added by Audreyvp on January 27, 2011 at 7:43pm — No Comments

Long Term Concerns & Wishes

I spent the better part of my afternoon filling out a school application for Norrin. One application. Nine pages long. I took my time, printed as neatly as possible - even at the end, as my wrist began to ache. I needed his application to be perfect; the application was…

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Added by Lisa Quinones-Fontanez on January 9, 2011 at 10:52am — No Comments

FEATURED ON BIZYMOMS HOMEPAGE AS EXPERT OF THE WEEK

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Added by Nicole Weaver on December 8, 2010 at 12:41pm — No Comments

SUCCESS TIPS EDUCATES ADHD CHILDREN AT HOME

Homeschooling may be an option for the little guy with special needs. Especially for children with special needs that are difficult to follow the public school program, or who do need to learn privately or collectively, one-on-one learning. By Janie Bowman in his book Think Fast! The ADD Experience and also practitioners of homeschooling, in fact this method is not foreign to parents, because when children aged under five who became his teacher parent at… Continue

Added by agil azzahra on November 9, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Graduation Day

In 2006 I began the long road of part-time, online study. This past June, I completed the last of the courses towards my Bachelor of Applied Human Service Administration Degree. While working on my degree my life changed dramatically. I got engaged, planned a wedding, married, got pregnant, stayed at home for maternity leave for a year and I even changed jobs.

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Added by Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom on November 9, 2010 at 11:06am — No Comments

My Barf Bag Obituary

For the record, I hate to fly. I mean, I’m a bad flyer. Not so good

when you choose a second career where travel is often required! I am a

white knuckled, seat rest clenching, excited inhales during turbulence

flyer, and yes, I’m someone who has abused the flight attendant call

button. I have sat, tears streaming down my face during landing,

clutching a photo of my children and reciting the Hail Mary while

simultaneously shrieking that, “I will never fly… Continue

Added by Melissa Lowry on November 8, 2010 at 7:22pm — No Comments

ABC Kid Genius

ABC Kid Genius v3.01 - XP - Vista - Win 7

Educational software for the Alphabet, Letters, Numbers, Counting, Reading and Spelling in English.

Using Sound, Pictures and Video Clips. Use it at Home, Pre-school, Kindergarten, School or Business.…

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Added by agil azzahra on November 8, 2010 at 1:37am — No Comments

DIAGNOSIS OF ADHD

ADHD is a neurobiologist disorder who usually have a characteristic inability to concentrate, easy to switch his attention, and hyperactivity. In general, ADHD is associated with behavioral disorders and cognitive activity such as thinking, remembering, describing, summarizing, organizing, and others. Characteristics like these usually start to appear in early childhood, is chronic, not…

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Added by agil azzahra on November 4, 2010 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Please Vote! I need your help moms!

I've only been part of this group for about a week. I'd like to make more friends and follow more blogs. I' a retired teacher, dancer, freelance writer, and a children's picture book author. i offer a free monthly newsletter, Movement and Rhythm. IT HAS MOVEMENT EXPLORATION, GAMES, SONGS, POEMS, ACTIVITIES, AUTHOR INTERVIEWS, CHILDREN'S BOOK REVIEWS, AND MUCH MORE. If you want to write books there are a couple of giveaways to get you started.… Continue

Added by kathy stemke on October 14, 2010 at 5:42pm — No Comments

Letter 18: Don't Run For Class President

What would you tell your teenaged self if you had the chance?…
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Added by Kyra on September 28, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Confessions of a Christian Homeschooling Mom



Leaves floating in the pool always signal the end of summer for me and the beginning of…

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Added by Lorilyn Roberts on September 11, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments

5 Ways to Improve Your Kid's Education--Part One.

The education system is failing in many ways. As parents, we must ask, “What steps can I take to improve my kids education?” Through homeschooling, I have gained firsthand experience on how parents can be better advocates for their kids. In this five part article, I hope to share some of those strategies with you.



I have purposely excluded "volunteering" from this article. In many schools, it’s required and for numerous parents, it's an obvious first choice.… Continue

Added by Kim Bauer on September 8, 2010 at 8:40pm — No Comments

Raising the Bar for New York State Students

Just this week, the New York State Department of Education announced that they would be increasing the minimum scores necessary to reach the level of proficiency…

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Added by Kristina on July 29, 2010 at 3:35pm — No Comments

Plan Now for the New School Year (FREE e-Book)



It's July and the new school year is just around the corner. As a seasoned homeschooler myself, I have found that Summer is the best time to dig into my organizing, planning and preparing for the upcoming year.



Whether you have homeschooled for years or preparing to begin your first year, this free e-Book (The New School Year: Planning Your Course and Letting the Lord Determine Your…

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Added by Christian HomeSchool Hub on July 8, 2010 at 11:55am — No Comments

My Kid’s A Genius!

I recently had quite a tiff with The Baby. My own fault, really. I should just know by now…but I didn’t give her the credit she deserved. You see, she’s a frikkin’ genius…no question in my mind. Yet, I forget this at times, given how wee & adorable this kidlet is. So you’re thinking to…

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Added by Tracy Warner on July 5, 2010 at 2:19am — No Comments

Happy Independence Day!

July 4, 1776… the signing of the declaration of independence by the Founding Fathers. What an important day for America!

QUALIFYING TO BE “AMERICAN”

Notice I wrote ”OUR country”. It has been 10 years since I have been living in the USA, and it has taken me that long to finally feel like I belong here. I even took the citizenship oath a couple of years ago, and had…

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Added by Nadia Price on July 4, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Help a Beginning Reader Fix Mistakes While Reading

Questions to Help a Beginning Reader Fix Mistakes While Reading

Let's say a reader makes a mistake with this sentence.

We went for a walk in the rain.

The reader reads ran instead of rain.



Teach a reader to…
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Added by Michelle Breum on June 26, 2010 at 9:49am — No Comments

Busy Bee

I feel SOOO busy these days, not that I'm not ALWAYS busy, but lately I'm really feeling it!

I'm trying to keep up with my blog here and keep fresh content coming whether it be a personal

blog post or a product review & giveaway, I want to always keep fresh things coming for you, my readers!



I've also decided to start my own home based business as an ambassador with …

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Added by Liz Garland on June 22, 2010 at 3:51pm — 2 Comments

The Two Best IQ Boosters for Kids

New research is showing us fascinating information about the brain. We are now learning that we can form new brain cells at nearly any age with physical exercise, and that exercising before class can significantly boost learning capacity by spawning new brain cells. Learning new information immediately following aerobic exercise fills the new cells with information.



The new neural pathways formed during exercise are like new railroad tracks in our brains. If we don't use them, we… Continue

Added by Lisa Benton on May 10, 2010 at 1:01pm — No Comments

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