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Is the Western Diet Benefiting Or Education?

By Bessie Kimelfeld

Nutrition plays a large role in our child's overall development, but a recent topic that needs more attention is the effect nutrition has on our children's learning habits. Research shows that the western diet, filled with ...

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Helpful Hints for Early Childhood Learning

By: Alice Makogon

Maria Montessori once stated “The most important period of life is not the age of university studies, but the first one, the period from birth to the age of six.”
            The knowledge a student gains when she/he is a ...

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Reflections of a Seasoned Tutor

By Philip Raiten
After a long work career and a short while “in retirement,” I felt a bit smug about my ability to deal with others and their expectations. Tutoring at THINK&Co. has taught me as much about myself as it has about the youngsters ...

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Games to Help Make Learning Fun

By: Angelika Yeretskaya
There are many ways in which parents can get more involved in their child’s learning! During tutoring and at home, Children are encouraged to practice sound rules, adding, rhyming, or even parts of speech! If a student has a ...

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Comments on Tutoring From a School Psychologist

By Anna Klinova
Working as a school psychologist in an elementary school setting has its perks. Even though you are accountable for many tasks, counseling continues to be one of my favorite responsibilities as a school psychologist. I always find ...

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