“I hate” is your child asking for help

Kids will communicate in two distinctly different ways – but are asking for the same thing. Some children are confident and have no problem communicating, or asking for what they need. These students are aware of how they feel, what they need and are not...

Finding the Right Tutor. What’s on Your Wishlist?

Can I find the tutor I want? How? Historically, finding a tutor for many parents in their local market is driven by availability and cost. The best tutors are either hard to schedule or expensive. Are you with settling for the best available tutor to help your child?...

Career Success is in the Numbers – Math

When learning context can mean everything, this is especially the case with math. Math is everywhere, but too often in school, teachers don’t apply lessons to real life. For many students math becomes confusing, daunting and leaves many questioning, ‘when...

Tips for Managing Exam Stress

Raise your hand if you like exams. Anyone? Even though people don’t like exams, they are a part of education that isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. So should we scream and yell about the injustice? While that might be part of the studying process that...

Tutors Help Support Kids with Different Learning Styles

Unlike school, one of the most significant values in having a tutor is finding a tutor that can teach the way you learn best. What learning style works for you? Visual (images, photos, video) Verbal (Saying and writing words) Aural (Audible and music) Physical (Using...

3 Tips to Train Your Brain

One of the keys to a strong education is learning how to be a better student. That includes training your brain. By establishing patterns for achieving goals, associations can be formed between what is going on around you. In the future when similar conditions occur...