Monthly Archives: March 2016

31 Mar, 2016

Personalized Education for Unique Learning Styles

2017-05-18T17:39:17-05:00Thursday, March 31, 2016|Uncategorized|

Every child has their own personal learning style and preferences. This is what makes each of us unique, and each learning style is an asset in some way, shape, or form. As your child has gotten older you have likely noticed some things about the way they learn. Perhaps they prefer to hear things and [...]

28 Mar, 2016

The Curse of the Gifted and Talented Child

2020-09-28T08:56:49-05:00Monday, March 28, 2016|Uncategorized|

Few people understand the challenges that come with raising a gifted child. If your 2-year old is reading, or your 6-year old is doing algebra, others might accuse you of hot-housing the child, pushing the child to go beyond his or her true intellectual capabilities. However, the only way to truly discover the gifts in [...]

23 Mar, 2016

5 Steps to Help Your Struggling Student

2017-05-18T17:39:17-05:00Wednesday, March 23, 2016|Uncategorized|

What can you do if your child is struggling in school? By this time of year, some students have given into bad habits from the past and given up on their studies. There are ways you can help.  Here are five steps you can take to help your struggling student get on track. 1) Change [...]

20 Mar, 2016

Finding the Ideal Learning Environment for Your Child

2020-10-05T08:42:21-05:00Sunday, March 20, 2016|Education Info, Parents, Tenney Subscribers|

Exploring the many options available to you and finding the ideal Learning Environment for your child is an important step in making sure they are receiving the best education for them. A student’s learning environment influences their ability to focus and retain information, both crucial to receiving a high-quality education. Learning environment also has the [...]

10 Mar, 2016

Why Your Child Deserves a More Unique Learning Experience

2017-05-18T17:39:17-05:00Thursday, March 10, 2016|Uncategorized|

The teaching style that you are probably accustomed to is a lecture-based style. Basically, it involves a teacher standing at the front of the classroom and talking about the subject at hand, possibly using a whiteboard or other similar prop. Even though teachers have been teaching this way for a long time, it really isn't [...]

4 Mar, 2016

Private School: Is it Right for Your Child?

2016-03-04T09:51:12-06:00Friday, March 4, 2016|Uncategorized|

Public schools vs. private schools: It's a decision with which many parents struggle. For parents who may not have gone to private schools themselves, it may be even harder to reconcile paying out-of-pocket for a child's primary or secondary education, because they haven't had a chance to experience private schools first-hand. Just 10% of students attend [...]

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