AH ED Talks
Every child is different, and each learns in a different way
Some children need hands-on lessons, while others pick up information better from visual aids. In order to help your child succeed in school, it is important to understand his or her learning style.
It can take decades to learn how to combat procrastination and master productivity. That is why it is best to get an early start on developing strategies that can turn lost time into success.
As many students studying classics may already know, the word procrastination comes from the Latin words pro (for) and cras (tomorrow). It quite literally translates to for tomorrow.
Choosing a summer program is about more than just finding a place for your children to go during the summer break
We have written before about the importance of keeping children’s minds and bodies active during the summer vacation.
Healthy study habits equal healthy grades
If you want your child to succeed in school, he or she must develop good study habits, starting from the earliest grades.
Cultivating a lifelong love of reading is an important task for every parent