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Why Your Child Needs a Personal Tutor

Kids these days have a lot of on their plates. With school, extra-curricular activities, sports, and other commitments, staying on top of their grades can often be a source of stress. As families seek to find ways to make these obligations less overwhelming for their children (and themselves) private tutors are often a go-to solution to assist their children in mastering academic concepts,...
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How Classroom Learning Differs From Private Home Tutoring

This is Part Five of the five different series article on the difference between a teacher and a tutor with the goal of improving your child’s performance at school.   In our previous lessons, we learned about whom a teacher is, who a tutor is, how we usually come into contact with teachers and tutors and how they differ.   If you haven’t already read through this, I suggest you do so....
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Who is a Teacher?

This is Part Two of the five different series article on the difference between a teacher and a tutor with the goal of improving your child’s performance in school.     If you have not already read through this, I suggest you start from here: The difference between a Teacher and a Tutor - Part 1     The concept of teacher and pupil is very old in all cultures across the world. However,...
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What Differentiate A Tutor From A Teacher. Find out..

This is Part One of the five different series article on The Difference Between a Teacher and a Tutor with the goal of improving your child’s performance in school.   In this article series you will learn:     ·        Who is a teacher?   ·        Who is a tutor?   ·8 things that differentiate a teacher from a tutor.     ·      How classroom learning...
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How To Raise Your Child’s Confidence

There are many reasons why today's 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 time at...
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How to Enjoy the Spirit of the Season together as Family

The holiday season is a time to spend with loved ones. For some people that mean that you celebrate the holiday with family members that you haven’t seen for a long time or maybe spending time with some individuals that you have issues with.   We all know how that feels and how much stress that can bring.   But research shows that families who spend quality time together — during...
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How to Prepare For Examinations

Preparing for an exam can be stressful and time-consuming, but it doesn't have to be. There’s no need to stress out or cram. By doing a couple simple things ahead of time, you can ensure that you are confident and ready for anything that comes up on the test. If you find this to be helpful. Please comment or share with your friends and love ones. Also, remember that we are given away a freebie...
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How To Maintain The Right Mindset As A Teacher

Mindset more than anything else is the best predictor of success. Contrary to popular belief, high achievement isn’t merely a product of talent or ability.   It is important to note that, our internal beliefs about our own abilities, skills, and potential actually fuel behavioral patterns and hence predict our success.   Leading Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck argues that the pivotal...
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Four Ways Of Becoming A Good Teacher

The majority of parents want 'qualified teachers' to teach their children, but, there's more to being a good teacher than lesson skills   A professional teaching qualification does not make a teacher professional, in the true sense of the word. Belonging to a particular profession does not automatically guarantee that the service a teacher provides is a professional one.   Hence, as a...
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How To Get A Good Private Tutor For Homeschooling

Most homeschool families teach their children from home until certain conditions are met. Some parents stop once they believe they are no longer qualified to teach. Others, on the other hand, may enroll the kids in the public education and still employ a private tutor at home, others wait until they believe their children have matured enough to handle the social pressure, influences, and other...
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