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Check Out These 8 Important Tips for Any Student Who Needs Help with Writer’s Block (Essay Writing Support)

In Educational Strategies & Tips, High School & College Students, Learning Disabilities, Special Education, Sponsored Posts, Writing/Spelling, Writing/Spelling Strategies by Rachel WiseLeave a Comment

Sponsored Post First Some Important Background Information What is Writer’s Block? You may be sitting there at your computer or with paper in front of you, and you just don’t know what to put down. You stare at a blank page, and can’t get anything out. You are not alone. Writer’s block is a frustrating experience for many people. Writer’s …

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Learn About the International Baccalaureate Curriculum which Motivates and Engages Students of All Ages

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Sponsored by momspresso.com In the US, more than 1700 public and private international schools offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, and this number is rising. What makes IB so popular? The reason why this curriculum is finding growing support from people is its focus on students’ critical and creative learning. In this type of educational set up, teachers typically supervise …

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6 Ways to Help Students With ADHD Manage the College Application Period

In ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Counselors, High School & College Students, Parents by Brian Giroux

Teenagers, especially those with ADHD, typically experience feelings of anxiety about what the future holds. There are many opportunities that they can take advantage of, including college programs, job training, military enlistment, and technical institutes. For those who want to pursue post-secondary education, the college search and application process can be overwhelming. There are plenty of decisions to be made. …

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23 Time Management Tips to Increase Productivity in Teenage Students with ADHD

In ADHD, Counselors, Educational Strategies & Tips, Educators, High School & College Students, Parents, Study Skills by Jack MilgramLeave a Comment

My primary goal is to make things easier for students. There are many obstacles students face when studying. I’m trying to simplify their lives by giving them helpful tips. One day, an idea to write an article for students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) came to mind. A family member of mine named “John” struggles with ADHD, and talking with him …