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Drones at School

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

The use of drones is being decided.  They are being used and/or considered for everything from package delivery to wedding photography.  Who knows how it will evolve?  Extreme Marketing Officer for Extreme Works, Vala Afshar, reports on the Huffington Post that drones have several uses in higher education.  In his article, he highlights ten uses […]

Best Practices for Online Learning

Friday, December 21st, 2012

If you are considering online learning for someone in your family, the results of a recent survey, Best Practices for Implementing Online Learning in K-12 Districts, may be of interest to you.  Those results, explained in Kanoe Namahoe’s article, “New Survey Highlights Best Practices for Online Learning Programs,” describes the responses from more than hundreds […]

Ohio Also Demands Reading Proficiency for All in Third Grade

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Several weeks ago, in our post, ”Read by Third Grade or Stay Back,” we posted information about Florida’s new policy that requires third graders to pass reading proficiency tests or face automatic retention.   The Huffington Post reports in its article, “Ohio 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee Law Could Hold Back 10,00 Students,” that thirteen states have […]

Understanding Online Tutoring

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

When parents and students (and sometimes even teachers) are trying to understand the ins and outs of online tutoring, it’s best to start with the basics – the 5 W’s and an H – or more commonly, the Who, What, Where, When, Why and How. What is online tutoring? Online tutoring is just like the […]

Maximize Your Income With An In-Home Tutoring Business

Friday, June 19th, 2009

Whether you have a professional job on the side and are trying to capitalize on your down time or you’re a stay-at-home mom who needs the extra income and ease of working out of the home, starting your in-home tutoring business is a lucrative way to maximize your income. In general, tutoring is low-cost business […]

The Benefits Of Having Your Own Home-Tutoring Business

Friday, June 19th, 2009

It’s hard to look anywhere these days and not see someone who hasn’t been affected by unemployment and the gloomy economy. Some states are feeling the wrath of the economy with as much as a 20% unemployment rate. Fortunately, home tutoring businesses are on the rise and are experiencing record growth. This is primarily due […]

Common Financial Mistakes that You are Making

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

It is important to learn how to make money and succeed in your business, but it is just as important to learn how to save money. The money we earn is more valuable if we can learn how to use it properly and spend wisely. I found two different blog posts that point out the […]

The Best Times for Productivity and Success

Saturday, February 14th, 2009

Have you ever wondered when would be the best time to study or exercise or sleep? Wonder no more! The MoneyNing blog has the answer to these questions and more. Found out the best time to do just about anything. Go to the 10 Best Times for People To… post for the answers.

Five Tips for Success in Life

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

Muhammad Ali needs no introduction. We have all heard of the 3-time World Heavyweight Champion. His personal success story is well-known. Muhammad Ali has five tips for breaking through the barriers to success in life. You can find these inspirational and useful tips on the PositivityBlog.com by reading Muhammad Ali’s Top Five Tips for Punching […]

Use Visualization to Achieve Success in Your Life

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

While reading through posts on the Pajama Mommy Community blog I found an interesting one about Miracle Maps. This product contains a magnetic board with several magnets of items that you might desire to have in your life. The idea is to place the board with magnets in a location where you will see it […]

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