It’s not too late! Check out The Hub for Your Child!

Do you have a scattered student? Are missing assignments and test scores an issue? Do projects get done last minute? The Hub provides an after-school solution and a path to success for your student. Conveniently located next to Harrison Shopping CenterAR8559113 – View of the office from courtyard – a short walk from Williamsburg, Yorktown…

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How Writing Novels Expands Students’ Expectations of Themselves

Today we are sharing an article from https://ww2.kqed.org entitled ‘How Writing Novels Expands Students’ Expectations of Themselves’ in which English teacher Laura Bradley teaches her students how to write a novel every year as part of the curriculum for her middle school students. “In preparation, students identify their novel’s genre, create characters, craft conflicts and outline the plot.…

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7 ways to promote positive reading habits for older children

“Research consistently shows that extensive reading increases vocabulary and broadens knowledge and understanding of various topics. Most middle and high school students who would greatly benefit from reading more do not have the luxury of time to enjoy reading for pleasure.As children grow older and their schedules increasingly fill with activities associated with school, sports…

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Can we help our children be motivated to succeed?

“Humans are motivated by many factors: reward, internal satisfaction, competition, praise, fear. Developmentally, your daughter is not “little” anymore. The days of lollipops and trinkets as motivators are largely over, and she is in a stage in which her internal voice is becoming stronger. Her likes and dislikes, her temperament, her passions will begin to…

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