Dyslexia

A Quick Look At How Student With Dyslexia Are Taught To Read

Are you asking what at all Dyslexia is? Well, Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects your ability to read, spell, write, and speak. Kids who have it are often smart and hardworking, but they have trouble connecting the letters they see to the sounds those letters make. Most people today have some symptoms of dyslexia, such as slow reading, trouble spelling, or mixing up words. Adults...
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Education

8 Topmost Reasons Why Education Is Extremely Important

There are so many definitions of education that one can find. But to me the one that most inspires me is this:   “Education is the act of teaching people how to find and use information in solving problems.”   Therefore an educated person is the one who is able to search and utilize information to overcome any difficult obstacle in any area of his life.   So it is not more of...
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Top 21 Back to School Tips For Students

Discover the 21 top tips for getting your school-year on your calendar off to a relaxed and productive start. Gearing up for back-to-school can be a bit overwhelming; there is a lot to do, a lot of transitions to navigate, and often a sense of blues as the realization that summer has, once again, gone by too fast. However, you can easily turn back-to-school anxieties into positive anticipation...
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5 Best Fun Ways to Enjoy Your Kids in Christmas

Most kids count down the days each year until they are able to go on Christmas break. If you’re like most families, the approach of the holiday season brings with it the anticipation of a few weeks filled with family togetherness and merry memory-making. But when it comes to kids, time away from school means that they will need other activities to keep them occupied. Instead of showering...
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How to Raise A Self Confidence Ghanaian Child

In today's modernghana, there are many reasons why children behave more like consumers of life's riches rather than producers of life's work. The average Ghanaian home is filled with multiple entertainment sources that provide immediate rewards, rather than foster delayed gratification. Schedules are so packed with after-school sports, lessons, and activities that kids crave responsibility-free...
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5 Best Fun Ways to Engage Kids in Christmas

Most kids count down the days each year until they are able to go on Christmas break. If you’re like most families, the approach of the holiday season brings with it the anticipation of a few weeks filled with family togetherness and merry memory-making. But when it comes to kids, time away from school means that they will need other activities to keep them occupied. Instead of showering kids...
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What is Homeschooling?

            For some time now most parents have been asking what it means to be homeschooled, reasons why one might want to consider this and how to get a good private tutor for this purpose and so in this article series, I would like to focus on each of these areas and then share my views on them.   If you find this to be helpful. Please comment or share with your...
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How To Teach Your Child To Become An Independent Learner

In our last lesson, we learned why it is important to teach your child to be an independent learner.  We also learned about the benefits one gets for being an independent learner. Again if you haven’t already, I suggest you start from here:   ·       Why you must teach your child to become an independent learner.   As you may have learned from the previous lesson, most parents...
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Teach Your Kid To Become An Independent Learner

Many of us have received the message that the more involved we are in our children’s learning, the better off they will be.   Though to a large extent, this might be true, but in a way, sometimes getting too involved might do more harm than good. For example, once children enter middle school, help with homework can actually bring test scores down. Other involvement, such as meeting with...
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Does Your Child Struggle With Homework?

At this time that most kids have gone back to school, few are beginning to get used to the normal routine of reading, learning and most importantly working out homework.   Like many things, homework has become more complex and demanding than years before. Expectations are higher—for students and for teachers—and parents have the additional challenges of controlling iPad/smartphone/TV time,...
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