Help for the English Language Learner

By pwsadmin / February 22, 2021 /

The English language is the most commonly spoken language on Earth, either by native speakers or by people who have learned it in addition to their first language. More and more people everyday have the desire to learn English as a second language. There is help for the English language learner, visual flashcards can help…

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The Different Types of Galaxies

By pwsadmin / February 7, 2021 /

Information about the different types of galaxies: A light year is the distance that light travels in one year (roughly six trillion miles). The nearest star to our sun is four light years away. There are four kinds of galaxies: spiral, lenticular, elliptical, and irregular. We live in a spiral galaxy, the Milky Way Galaxy.…

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Education chief spotlights the importance of science and social studies

By pwsadmin / December 20, 2020 /

In a recent article Education chief, John B. King Jr, In a speech said that he wants to spotlight the importance of science, social studies, world languages and the arts. “There is a lot of reason to believe that students are not getting the instruction in science, social studies, the arts, and world languages that…

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Why is it Important to Study Ancient Civilization?

By pwsadmin / July 14, 2020 /

Why should children be taught ancient civilization? The common assumption among students is that learning more about U.S. history is more important than learning about things that happened thousands of years ago in other parts of the world. In actuality, the most important reason children should be learning about ancient civilization is because this subject…

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How to teach ESL students about our solar system

By pwsadmin / June 1, 2020 /

Our solar system is one of the most interesting topics discussed in middle school because of the countless colorful heavenly bodies occupying the universe and the idea that there is actually something else outside of our world. In the few decades since space exploration began, probes have reached the far regions of the solar system.…

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How to Use Study Guides Effectively for ADHD Students

By pwsadmin / April 22, 2020 /

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Teaching children with ADHD can be a challenge for both the teacher and the parents. As parents and teachers, you are constantly looking for ways to provide the best learning environment for your children and many of you are becoming more aware of their abilities to cultivate their learning capacity. As challenging as it be…

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How To Build Your Child’s Strengths And Abilities

By pwsadmin / April 10, 2020 /

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Focusing on your child’s strengths are vital in reaching their full potential. Imagine seeing a smiling child coming from school wearing a dirty uniform with traces of dirt on his face. This child might get accused of doing silly things in school, and he might be punished immediately without his parents knowing the real reason…

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Activities You Can Do With Flip Cards

By pwsadmin / September 18, 2019 /

Flip card teaching techniques are popular with teachers as well as parents because of their effectiveness. Parents especially enjoy flip card activities because it is an easy method for at-home teaching. There are several ways to use flip cards for teaching and you are only limited by your imagination when it comes to creative ways…

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3 Ways Parents Can Supplement Their Children’s Learning at Home

By pwsadmin / September 18, 2019 /

Are you concerned that your child may not be learning all they can? Schools across the country are experiencing budget cuts that often lead to fewer teachers and compromised programs, which may contribute to your child being unable to get all they can out of school. The good news is you can help supplement your…

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How to Improve Learning by Using Study Guides

By pwsadmin / July 4, 2019 /

When middle school-aged children have effective study strategies, they are able to improve the difficulties they may have with attention, remember the information they are studying and ultimately advance their learning skills. Textbooks are packed with a lot of information; information about individual topics that are spread out or broken up. This often makes it…

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