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Creating the Perfect Homework Space for Your Child
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Creating the Perfect Homework Space for Your Child

Between texting, listening to music and other digital devices, it’s common for children to develop bad study habits. Creating a quiet work space for your child is a great way to encourage them to get their work done efficiently. Here are a few tips to help you create the perfect work space for your child: Pick a spot with your child’s learning style in mind. If your...

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3 Questions to Ask Before the School Year Begins
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3 Questions to Ask Before the School Year Begins

Before the school year starts, it’s important to ask a couple questions and prepare the kids for the coming months. By asking these three questions, families can begin organizing a plan to successfully navigate the school year and all that it entails. Who’s in charge and in control of your family’s schedule this year? Take stock of everything that’s going to be influencing you and your kids’...

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Why Some Highly Gifted Students Underachieve
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Why Some Highly Gifted Students Underachieve

Most people believe that it’s easy to identify highly gifted students. They’re the ones walking out of awards ceremonies with an assortment of metals around their necks. They go to prestigious schools designed for overachievers with exceptional talent. You hear about them winning awards, read their creative masterpieces in legitimate publications and witness their above-average performances on stage. It’s true that many gifted kids and...

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Why Teenagers Need More Sleep
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Why Teenagers Need More Sleep

70% of teens aren’t getting the sleep they need. Lack of sleep can have a significantly negative impact on teenagers physically, mentally, cognitively and especially academically. Teenagers are the most sleep deprived population. Without the proper amount of sleep, teenagers experience a much more difficult time paying attention in class, let alone sustaining that attention throughout the day. Emotional response is also heavily affected when...

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6 Valuable Life Lessons Every Child Should Understand
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6 Valuable Life Lessons Every Child Should Understand

Most likely, if you’re a parent you’ve already taught or implemented valuable life lessons and advice to your children. Yet, sometimes it’s important to take a step back and see if your kids are adhering to these lessons and if they need a reminder. Here are a few life lessons you might consider teaching or reminding your kids of: The importance of a healthy breakfast. Letting...

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Understanding a Child’s Self-Esteem and Motivation
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Understanding a Child’s Self-Esteem and Motivation

Most research on motivation is based on the self-determination theory. The self-determination theory suggests that motivation is either intrinsic or extrinsic. When someone is motivated to learn because of the pleasure or sense of achievement from an activity, it is called intrinsic motivation. Whereas when someone is motivated by the rewards or consequences that are separate from an activity, it is called extrinsic motivation. It’s understood...

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5450 Churchwood Drive
Oak Park, CA 91377
 
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Our Pasadena location is scheduled to open in 2017-18 school year. Interested families should email or call us to be placed on our interest list.

 

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