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3 Helpful Tips for Applying for a College Scholarship

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Sponsored Post Today, students who are more focused on their academics, mull over the thought of applying for a scholarship in a leading university. It helps them to pursue their dream for higher education and a successful career. However, when it comes to scholarships, there are plenty of avenues available. But choosing the correct one is essential. Are you planning …

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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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15 Ideas to Build a Child’s Self-Esteem

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1) Children should not be torn down before they have a chance to fly. Be kind to them. Compliment them. Let them know when you are proud and when they are doing well! Refrain from insulting, sarcastic, condescending, or passive aggressive remarks. 2) Children deserve to be heard (they have concerns which feel very real to them just like we …

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National Autism Resources Carries Over 1400 Therapeutic Tools for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum

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National Autism Resources, also known as NationalAutismResources.com, provides cost-effective, research-based therapeutic tools that meet the needs of people on the autism spectrum across their lifespan. NationalAutismResources.com provides school districts, hospitals, therapy centers, family members, and individuals of the autism community with effective tools that improve the independence and quality of life for people on the autism spectrum. For instance, NationalAutismResources.com carries …

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5 Effective Anger Management Tips for Kids (or Adults)

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It’s natural to get angry when you feel misheard, misunderstood, treated unfairly, or wrongfully accused. When you are angry, you often feel stuck with a problem that you can’t solve. Rather than yelling, screaming, hitting or hiding, here are some problem-solving strategies to help you make the most out of a difficult situation. There problem-solving strategies are based on the …

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How 3D Printers Can Benefit Students and Teachers

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Sponsored by Quill.com For most everyone’s life, when you talked about printers you talked about the kind of printers we all know: They print (in color or black and white) on paper, and sometimes have multiple, helpful functions such as faxing and scanning. And for a long time, that was it—the cream of the crop, and a diverse cream at …

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Creative Ways to Get More Out of a Three-Ring Binder

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Sponsored by Quill.com Changing student behavior is one of the greatest challenges parents and educators face. Keeping children engaged, maintaining focus, and challenging them are all strategies in the toolbox for encouraging behaviors that enable kids to learn effectively. Sometimes, however, it’s the little things that have huge effects on behavior. The environment a child walks into each day can …

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8 Ways I Battle My Depression Every Day and Win!

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I have literally been battling depression for the last 30 years and I am only 37. I have had ups and down and days where I certainly did not want to live anymore. I experienced severe bullying and parental neglect. I felt lost and hopeless hundreds of times, but I pulled through and I am so glad to be here to …