What are your kids doing this summer? Hanging out by the pool, sleeping late, and heading to the mall are certainly all fun ways to spend the summer! But, in addition to all of that downtime, why not help your kids volunteer some free time to important programs across the country?
One way is through Youth Volunteer Corps.It’s easy to get started. Simply find your local YVC affiliate to learn more about summer programs in your area. If there is not currently a YVC in your area, you can even start one. (Most YVC Affiliates are hosted by local …
It’s the most important test that most high school students will take. Yet, many don’t prepare for it beyond a few late night cram sessions or half-hearted attempts at online practice exams.
Contrary to popular (and somewhat wishful) thinking, SAT scores do matter. Sometimes, a lot.
Because, while strong academics are still the foundation of admissions counselors’ selection criteria, a stellar SAT score — or a dismal one — can make or break a student’s chances at a “reach college.” In fact, according to Peterson’s, one of the most accurate sources for school listings, scholarships, and admissions information, “Your SAT …
Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is adding a bilingual ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT to its Wilmington, Delaware Education Center.
This is a full-time position with benefits. Candidate must be bilingual (English-Spanish) and have exceptional oral and written communications skills. Candidate will coordinate scheduling, canceling appointments, rescheduling and reassigning foreign language interpreters for busy office.
3 years of comparable administrative work experience
mandatory oral fluency in Spanish (written a plus)
Interpreting experience is beneficial, but is not mandatory
Please send a resume directly to Susan McNeill at .
If you’re a parent, you’re probably familiar with the phrase “summer brain drain” which refers to the significant loss of learning that occurs in under-stimulated students during the summer months. Sadly, this loss has not been exaggerated by the media and – as many teachers can attest – is all too real a problem when September arrives.
“All young people experience learning losses when they do not engage in educational activities during the summer. Research spanning 100 years shows that students typically score lower on standardized tests at the end of summer vacation than they do on the same tests …
The school year is now over and report cards have arrived. If your child’s math grade wasn’t what you expected or hoped for, math anxiety may be a contributing factor.
What is math anxiety?
Math anxiety is a phenomenon that is often considered when examining students’ problems in mathematics. Mark H. Ashcraft, Chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, defines math anxiety as “a feeling of tension, apprehension, or fear [of math]…”
Research confirms that pressure of timed tests and risk of public embarrassment have long been recognized as sources of unproductive tension among …