Category: Topics for Parents

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Learning Styles: The Analytic Learner

Who is the Analytic Learner? Learning is a multi-faceted process and the student who knows how to use all learning...

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Learning Styles: The Collaborative Learner

Who is the Collaborative Learner? The Collaborative Learner is a people person who best processes new knowledge by...

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Memorizing Scripture: “Why Do I Have To?”

Written by Dr. Connie Lawrence, Dean of Academics When the question, “Why do I have to memorize Scripture?” is...

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A New Quarter: Growing in School By Looking Back, Looking Around, and Looking Forward

Written by Dr. Connie Lawrence, Dean of Academics Getting Better We are already two weeks into our second quarter, and...

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Participating in the Speech Meet: “Why Do I Have To?”

Written by Dr. Connie Lawrence, Dean of Academics Why Do I Have to… Participate in the Speech Meet? Often students...

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When Homework is Stressful

Written by Dr. Connie Lawrence, Dean of Academics Uninvited stress. Everyone understands this feeling, both young...

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The Value of Homework: How to Answer ‘Why Do I Have to Do Homework?’

Written by Dr. Connie Lawrence, Dean of Academics ‘Why do I have to do homework?” This is a question often asked by...

Family-Friendly Summer Activities on the Seacoast: Resources for 2021

Summer is upon us, which means school is out and it’s time for lots of quality time with...

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10 Reasons Why In-Person Learning is Important in a Child’s Education

Why is Distance Learning So Difficult?: 10 Reasons Why In-Person Learning is Important in a Child’s Education After...

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Why Is Remote Learning So Hard? (Full Article)

By guest author: Peg Dawson, Ed.D., NCSP  Why Is Remote Learning So Hard?  For many years, I’ve been...