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Our children are sponges full of information and summer does a really great job of wringing them out and pouring all of that information they soaked up down the drain! In the fall, they come to school rested, sun-tanned and…well…clueless! Getting back all of that lost information that they learned the previous year is a struggle.Keep Reading »
How can you learn to read and write better? To write better, you must learn to read better. To consciously evaluate your writing you must become more conscious of reading behaviors. Finally, throughout our education and employment we are expected to be able to read far more complicated texts than we are expected to write.Keep Reading »
Barbara Oakley is a professor of engineering at Oakland University in Michigan. Drawing on neuroscience and cognitive psychology, as well as techniques from top teachers in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields, Oakley examines how people learn – and why many struggle with – these disciplines.Keep Reading »
To prep for the Reading Test on the SAT, make it a point to read more non-fiction outside the classroom. While reading, do so actively asking yourself what the author’s primary purpose is and what is the tone he uses. This will help you with the passages on the Reading Tests and help boost your score on the Reading Test of the New SAT.Keep Reading »
There are many factors that should be taken into consideration when choosing a tutor for your student. This decision shouldn't be taken lightly, as it can affect your child's long-term growth in school and life. We have compiled the following list of frequently asked questions regarding Club Z! and the tutor selection process.Keep Reading »