Studying Smart, Not Hard

Good morning, Here at Linder Educational Coaching we work with students of all ages to promote good study behaviors and habits of ‘studying smarter, not harder.’ This article from planetofsuccess.com sheds some light into the practices of simplification to get the most of study sessions. If your child works hard and studies frequently but still…

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Is It Time To Ban Computers From Classrooms?

Continuing with a similar theme from last week’s blog, today we are again talking about the hotly-debated topic: technology in classrooms. This isn’t something that is just happening at select institutions either. Even in our own Arlington, Virginia school district with school-supplied laptops and iPads, people are talking. Having technology in the classrooms can be…

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Attention, Students: Put Your Laptops Away!

Good morning, With so many of our students preparing for their senior year and some beginning their first semester of college very soon we wanted to share this great article from NPR.org entitled ‘Attention, Students: Put Your Laptops Away.’  This article sheds light onto the fact that taking notes by hand still has its benefits…

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19 Years Later: Social Success Just As Important

“Every parent wants to see their kid get good grades in school. But now we know social success is just as important.” Today we are sharing an article from upworthy.com on the findings of a few researchers who studied kindergarteners’ behavior and then followed up nineteen years later. “A new study shows that when children…

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