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How to Encourage Your Child to Write- Model it

Posted by Michelle Osborn on

One of the most constructive ways to encourage a young writer is through modeling.

Why Model and Teach Writing?

Kim from WriteShop explains how teaching writing needs to be more like teaching geometry.

Imagine saying, “OK, Ryan, find the hypotenuse of this triangle. I’m not going to teach you different strategies to solve the problem. Just get started . . . continue reading

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How to Teach Time Management to Teens

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As blunt as this may sound, teens who do not learn time management skills are at risk of becoming adults who procrastinate. In the adult world, their college professor or boss will not care why they are behind on turning in a paper or late showing up for work. 

Part of teaching your teen responsibility involves teaching them how to manage their time wisely. And it doesn’t stop there......continue reading

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Preparing Your Homeschool Student for College and Life

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As a homeschool school mother of four, I remember the fear and uncertainty when it came to teaching high school, wondering if I could prepare my teens properly. I didn't want to fail. What does your child need to succeed after high school?".....continue reading

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Helping Young Adults Bridge the Gap Between Head Knowledge and the Hands-on Experience

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Is your high school graduate or young adult looking for adventure but also wanting to use their time and money in a way that will benefit them in the long run? One of Unbound leadership programs might just be a perfect match for them. Find out more.

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Guide to Visiting Prospective Colleges

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Spring is the time to visit colleges. Arranging college visits during spring of junior year is an important step toward getting into a perfect-fit college. Your family needs to really get to know the college..... continue reading

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