Four Ways To Help Your Easily Distracted Child Learn

Posted on: 13 September 2017

Sometimes being easily distracted may indicate that your child has a neurological difference, such as ADD or ADHD. Other times, it may just be part of their personality. If your child is easily distracted and medical causes have been ruled out, then it is up to you to take steps to ensure they're able to learn effectively in spite of their propensity to becoming distracted. Here are three ways you can do that.
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What To Expect When Going Through Flight School

Posted on: 10 September 2017

There may be no better feeling in the world than flying. It is pretty incredible the engineering and the science that has gone into flying, and what is even more amazing is that almost anyone can get a pilots license. There is a few different things that you have to do to get your license, but going to flight training or aviation school is one of the only ways to obtain your pilots license.
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Need To Get New Hires Productive Faster? 3 Ways Virtual Learning Increases The Effectiveness Of Your Company's Onboarding Proced

Posted on: 7 September 2017

Working within a booming industry is great for increasing profits, yet dealing with a slow or ineffective onboarding process bogs down your ability to beat last year's numbers. While new hire training has traditionally been done on-site, now is the time to start considering what new technology can do to improve your onboarding procedures. As you work to develop a plan that gets your new crew trained and doing what they do best, consider these four ways that virtual classroom learning services can increase the effectiveness of your company's training delivery.
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Teaching Preschoolers Independence: 3 Ways Preschool Programs Encourage Self-Help Skills

Posted on: 7 September 2017

Although you don't mind doing things for your child, you know that learning how to help themselves is important for their future. Now that your child is only a year or two away from going to kindergarten, you are starting to worry about how much they rely on you for basic things such as buttoning their pants or cleaning up their toys. Fortunately, your child's early learning teachers know exactly how to foster self-help skills in young children, and watching for these signs in your child's preschool classroom lets you know encouraging independence is a priority on every lesson plan:
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