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Empowering Children: Raising a Successful Child


Empowering children to be successful in life is one of the biggest gifts we can give them. Empowering them to make the right decisions, everyday, will help them to be successful when they grow up.

Empowering Children

Empower Kids by Giving Them ‘Keys to Peace’ Well-Meaning Parents Often Fail to Teach Vital Values, . . . → Read More: Empowering Children: Raising a Successful Child

Interventions for Differentiated Instruction


All educators have underachievers from struggling students to gifted students. Two ways that an educator (or parent) can help in these instances are Response to Intervention (RTI) and Differentiated Instruction (DI).

Diverse learners need interventions for differentiated instructions, and one way to achieve this is through online learning. Why? Because not all students learn . . . → Read More: Interventions for Differentiated Instruction

A New Method for Teaching Autistic Kids


Anyone who has an autistic child knows that one of the most difficult hurdles to overcome is communication. Without the ability to communicate effectively with a child, teaching them (in order that they might one day function at a high enough level to live their own lives) can be an extremely difficult and frustrating . . . → Read More: A New Method for Teaching Autistic Kids


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