Every parent dreams of making their child grow up to be a responsible person. Although every parent wants the best for their child, sometimes bad parenting gets in the way of achieving this goal. Bad parenting is a series of actions that inevitably damage the demeanor and psychology. The parent ( more… )
It’s no secret that the job of a teacher requires a lot of stamina, patience, and diligence, but among the great variety of teaching specializations, there are several that differ slightly in the level of responsibility and rigor of selection. On this list, the so-called cadet teachers attract special attention. ( more… )
If you want your students to succeed on SAT, make sure your study curriculum is aligned with the test content: incorporate the necessary books and topics into your classes and give them for home reading as well. To make a student writing essay better, practice more writing assignments during the final years of school. Encourage your students to use various write my essay services for references, teach them editing skills, and keep track of their progress. All these activities are helping students to eliminate anxiety and uncertainty about SAT and ACT.
As the school year draws to a close, it is time to celebrate success! As a family, create a list of accomplishments for this school year. Look beyond honor roll and perfect attendance to celebrate even the little improvements being sure that each child in the family has a list ( more… )
During the month of April, I presented on Kindergarten Transition at each of the Spring Regional Meetings hosted by Moving on Together. At each location we had great discussions about school readiness, developmentally appropriate practice, forming transition teams and sharing responsibility for transition planning as well as ideas for transition ( more… )
As we are wrapping up the 2010-2011 school year, we are simultaneously planning for the upcoming 2011-2012 school year. It’s the nature of the game for educators. Proper planning includes quality professional development which is based on performance, assessment, and diverse forms of feedback. District and school goals are inclusive ( more… )