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Problem Solving

Bouncing Back After a Bad Grade

Whether he or she expected it or was blindsided, a low grade can shake even the most confident students. The teacher plops the graded essay

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Studying

A Guide to Note-taking

A large portion of classroom time is spent in lecture making note-taking a fundamental part of learning. So, how should notes be used? Successful notes

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Impression Management

Essential Etiquette

The word “etiquette” brings to mind arbitrary rules for dinner tables, ballrooms, and high society, but the core concepts of good etiquette are not only

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Healthy Habits

Turning Panic into Productivity

It’s 7:30 pm on a Thursday night and your child comes bounding down the stairs with a look of bewilderment. Your child hurriedly explains that

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Healthy Habits

Improving EF with Tiny Habits

Popularized by books like Atomic Habits by James Clear and Tiny Habits by BJ Fogg, seemingly small habits have become all the rage in the

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Studying

The Future of School

  COVID-19 has changed the way we live, the way we work, and the way we educate. As we look forward to the next school

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Executive Functioning

Breaking the Cycle of Conflict

One of the most common things we hear when leaving a student’s house is “I don’t know how you got him/her to listen, he/she just

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