Sparse Classrooms Promote Better Learning!

Researchers in the US find that children are more likely to lose concentration and score lower test scores when classroom walls are covered with over-elaborate displays. Teachers should consider taking down over-elaborate classroom displays amid concerns maps, artwork and photographs damage children’s education, according to research. What is YOUR classroom like?

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Labeling Students Hurts Them

Labels hinder crucial lifetime development! Is more time on assessments and better grades worth the trade off that the students are being trained (negatively) that the world will wait for them? Slapping a label on a student is fine and dandy for school, but is it really better for LIFE?!

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Checkbook System PARENT EDITION!

Hey Parents! Check out this great parenting tool! This Checkbook System is perfect for any parent because it can be used as a discipline tool as well as a reward system! Or simply, just a cute way to teach and play with your young one… Best for (1) elementary school children that like to mimic grown-up actions such as cooking in a kitchen or playing house… (2) Middle/High school students that want to practice writing their own checks and understand what it actually means with the bank… or (3) Middle/High school students that have could use more discipline at home.

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Professional Tutoring Receipts

Are you a private tutor? Make your tutoring service more professional by providing parents with real receipts for each tutoring session! Parents ask for receipts for all sorts of reasons [legal reasons mother and father, tax purposes, need to keep track of spent money, etc.] Whatever the case may be, the option of a professional receipt is a must.

Receipts are not only good for parents, but also for YOU as well! Not only does this print out have receipts to give parents, but also a stub that you keep that matches with the original receipt. This way, you have it documented every time you get paid!

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Comfortable Classrooms

There are many factors that impede learning; one of which is an uncomfortable learning environment.  There are many factors that contribute to “comfort”: temperature, nourishment, safety, smells, peer relationships, etc. It is merely impossible to

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