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Jul06

Smartick Method: ‘This is Fun!’

Smartick Method: ‘This is Fun!’

Learning can and should be Fun Brain research suggests that fun is not just beneficial to learning but, by many reports, required for authentic learning and long-term memory. Neurologist and educator Judy Willis’s book “Research-Based Strategies to Ignite Student Learning: Insights from a Neurologist and Classroom Teacher” (ASCD, 2006) is one of many that highlights […]

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Jul02

The Relation between Multiplication and Division

Multiplication and division are closely related, given that division is the inverse operation of multiplication. When we divide, we look to separate into equal groups, while multiplication involves joining equal groups. In today’s post, we’re going to learn to use multiplication as a strategy to solve division problems, which will be really useful for daily life! We’ll start with a […]

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Jun29

The Right Choice among Endless Options

The Right Choice among Endless Options

Endless Responsibilities, Countless Choices Parents have a lot on their plate. From preparing children for school, to helping with assignments, projects, crises, their list of responsibilities go on. Nowadays, technology is meant to help families. Make life easier. However, technological options have expanded. Options are no longer limited to just choosing the exact brand of […]

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Jun27

Swimming Pools, Ice Cream, and Math?

Swimming Pools, Ice Cream, and Math?

Swimming pools, summer slide Summer means swimming pools, beaches, and copious amounts of ice cream. School’s out and many children have nearly two months of break. Kids are rejoicing as no school means no homework, and a whole lot of free time. This idle vacation (in terms of learning) results in a sour reality in […]

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