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7 Differences Between Tutoring and The Student Transformation System

Tutoring (Similar to Sylvan and Huntington) Brain Training using The Student Transformation System additional academic instruction to help a student improve grades in school intensive, specialized training program designed to make learning easier and more efficient increases subject knowledge and … Continue reading

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4 Strengths Every Child Must Possess to Comprehend Successfully

One of the most common concerns that a parent will present to me is their child's weak comprehension skills.  When we talk together, we cover many areas of concern where each variable plays an important role in impacting their child's … Continue reading

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5 Must See Back-to-School Resources

Getting ready for back-to-school means changing your home routine to a more structured one.  Especially if relax a lot during the summer months.  We do and I dread getting the kids back on schedule for school.  My kids stay up … Continue reading

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How to Make a File Caddy

You know the legends of middle school paper, like the Math Test that Molded, the Vocabulary List that Finally Turned up in the Catbox, or the Permission Slip that Accidentally Ran Through the Washer-Dryer. Witness a middle schooler’s room in … Continue reading

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Q&A on Brain Training for Kids

  What are the major causes of Learning Disabilities? About 85 to 90 percent of learning difficulties are due to poor underlying learning skills. These skills include: Attention/Concentration: the ability to stay on task or ignore distractions. For example, continuing … Continue reading

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