Monthly Archives: July 2024

15 Jul, 2024

Differentiation: Why Customized Instruction Is Necessary

2024-07-15T09:28:49-05:00Monday, July 15, 2024|Customized Curriculum, Education Info, Private School, Tenney Subscribers|

It's no secret that children learn at different speeds and in different ways. Take a peek into any classroom and you'll see some students gravitating to technology. Others prefer to talk through processes. Still, others draw, write, or puzzle their way through the challenges they are presented with. Some students catch on quickly and are [...]

8 Jul, 2024

Start the New Year Strong: Ways to Overcome Time Blindness

2024-07-05T12:30:58-05:00Monday, July 8, 2024|Learning Environment|

As students adjust to the new year, it's important both parents and students understand how to mitigate academic issues. Time blindness—which is the phenomenon that causes someone to lose track of time when engaged in an activity—is common in children and teens. Even more, it is common in children with ADHD. It's crucial parents [...]

5 Jul, 2024

AP, IB, or Dual Credit: Which One is Better for High School Students?

2024-07-05T09:03:56-05:00Friday, July 5, 2024|Education Info, Parents, Tenney Subscribers|

As the days of summer wane, it's time to start preparing for another school year. Even though students are basking in summer’s glory, it’s never too early to begin thinking about registering for courses and programs that will count towards college level classes or credit. High school students have three choices when it comes to [...]

1 Jul, 2024

Middle School: Help Your Child Find Opportunity Through Challenges

2024-07-02T08:15:39-05:00Monday, July 1, 2024|Education Info, Parents, Tenney Subscribers, Transition Between Schools|

Middle school is a time of incredible growth and development, growing independence and myriad opportunities to test out new identity and values. It is a challenging time, too, with many changes, social, physical and emotional occurring simultaneously, sometimes three times a day! When adults reflect on their own middle school days, more often than [...]

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