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Top 4 mistakes parents make + how to avoid them

Top 4 mistakes parents make + how to avoid them

Join us for the LIVE webinar called “The Top 4 Mistakes parents make + How to avoid them”.

This webinar is for parents of teens that struggle in school, to help you STOP making the most common mistakes and learn what actions you should take in order to help your child perform better in school!

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Why a Teaching Degree Might Be Worthwhile

eaching can be one of the most rewarding professions as you are helping to shape the minds of the next generation. It is a stimulating career that has its challenges, but overcoming them with your knowledge and caring results in children who are better educated than any of the generations before. It is not for everyone, but if you have the right aptitude and priorities it could be the career for you. All US states now require a bachelor’s degree before they will certify you as a teacher and if you want to take this path in your life, getting a teaching degree should be your first step towards that aim.

No two days will be the same as you and your students interact over different subjects and seeing their perspective on some things can be a revelation.

The Roller Coaster Ride Of College

Life is like a roller coaster, and some of the biggest loops most definitely happen during the time spent at college. As amazing as it is to have the experience of going to college and having fun, there are a lot of times that really will leave you stressed out, wishing you could turn back time and quit, and hoping that the journey will end more than ever. But then you’ll have those times where you can’t imagine your time outside of college, because the people you meet there are truly some of the best people that you could ever meet in your life. So, college most definitely is a roller coaster ride that we don’t think you should get off any time soon, and we want to give you a few ways that will ensure you get the most out of the experience. Read on and explore this roller coaster ride with us.

Entry-Level Career Starting Positions For Job-Hungry Grads

It can sometimes be a little depressing as you rifle through job ads as you realize that in order to get the job you want, you’ll have to spend an extra three or four years in school.

But do you have to take this route?

It turns out that there are jobs out there which have great pay and can help you pay off your college debts earlier than expected.

Some entry-level positions can provide you with all the skills you need to progress quickly and start earning a substantial income. So what opportunities are out there?

3 Things Everyone Should Do at College

College can, and should be, one of those defining epochs of your life — a time where you transition from adolescence into adulthood, acquire the skills and qualifications that catapult you into the working world, and meet all kinds of people from all kinds of places.

College is a time for self-discovery and perhaps more than that, a time for self-creation and reinvention. All of this means that the way time is spent at college matters quite significantly.

Struggling to Make Friends at College? Don't Panic

Struggling to Make Friends at College? Don't Panic

When you first get to college, everyone is in the same boat. Most people don’t know each other, or only have a few friends from high school. This is great because it encourages everyone to get out there and start chatting to other people. The only downside is that for some of us, making friends takes a little longer.

If you have reached the end of your first semester and you still aren’t sure whether you have made any good friends yet, please don’t panic. For the most part, the people we meet in the first couple of weeks won’t be lifelong buddies but they might just introduce us to the ones who will be.

Financial Tips To Help You Make It Through College

Financial Tips To Help You Make It Through College

Going to college is a massive step to take, and the educational side of your degree may not be the only worry you have. You may be thinking: am I going to make friends with everybody else in the class? Am I really smart enough? (The answer to that one is yes). Can I really afford to do this? Well, we’re going to help you to make the answer to this one a resounding ‘yes’ too, so listen up if you want some financial tips to help you with the cost of college tuition.

3 Ways To Keep Your Teen On Track With Their Education

3 Ways To Keep Your Teen On Track With Their Education

We know that education is important for our children, but what do they think?

Do they bounce out of bed every day desperate to go to school, or do they drag their feet out of the door with reluctance to start another day of school?

Do they hand their homework in on time, or have you been getting letters from your child's teacher recently letting you know the opposite?

Some children place value on their education, and some don't. It's a fact of life, and you will have fallen into one of those categories when you are at school. But whatever the case, you can make a difference. There are things you can do to keep your child on track with their education.