Special Ed Specialized Home Learning Strategies - Bikes With Training Wheels

A few years back, I read a very interesting report, and I talked with a researcher from the University of Riverside in California about how teachin ... read more

Benefits of Homeschooling Your Child

Recent surveys revealed that as many as 30% of American parents are giving some serious thought to homeschooling their children. Homeschooling is a ... read more

6 Steps To Take When You Are Concerned About Your Child's Academic Progress

Steps to take when you are concerned about your child's academic progress Children attend school in order to learn fundamen ... read more

School Conference: How to Proactively Address Behavior

Here's a concern expressed to me by a parent: As I conference with the school on my child's behavior, I'm finding it difficult to sugges ... read more

Can a Child 'Enjoy' Being in Constant Trouble?

A parent's email contained this interesting concern: Sometimes I believe my son actually ENJOYS all the negativity his oppositional and ... read more

Anatomy of a Failed Counseling Session

I get a LOT of questions like this one through my website. I'll bet a lot of folks have been in this exact same situation: "I took my ch ... read more

ODD or Stubbornness: Which Is It?

Here's a concern a parent shared with me: "What is the difference between an ODD child and a youngster who is being just plain stubborn? ... read more

RESTORATION: Upholding His Original Design

Christianity, like cars and homes, has been overhauled and remodeled over the centuries with various tools. This has been done by many individuals ... read more

Family Therapy

A child's poor schoolwork may be a cry for help in family relationships. If the family's request for help is ignored, the school may be left with a ... read more

Using Home Tutors To Secure Your Child's Future

A well-rounded education is something that every parent wants for their child, with particular emphasis put on English and Math. It is easy to fear ... read more

How to Handle Finding Out Your Child Will Have Special Needs Their Whole Life

HI I'm Linda James Bennett, mother, wife, and businesswoman. 34 years ago I was excited, glowing; everyday was exciting, I was dreaming of a beauti ... read more

When to Seek Additional Help for Your Struggling Reader

Nothing breaks my heart more than meeting middle school students who are embarrassed because they can't read. What's even sadder... many of these c ... read more

Tips on Helping Your Child Become a Better Writer

The best way to help your child become a better writer is to separate the mechanics of writing (grammar, punctuation, handwriting, spelling) from t ... read more

Reviewing Childhood Lessons - Memory and Rewards

Some Background In third grade, I failed penmanship and arithmetic. Apparently the teacher told my mother that I had passed third grade by t ... read more

The 5 Tips to Choose the Best One-On-One Math Tutoring Service

The great thing about living in some larger cities is that you have multiple choices when it comes to choosing services. The downside is that makin ... read more