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Demystifying Procrastination

Congratulations, you have survived the first month or so of school. While your student(s) may be feeling more comfortable with their routine and their new “normal,” it’s reasonable to assume that they’re still feeling a lot of emotions. As classwork begins to...

Make the Most of Summer for Fall Success

April vacation is over and summer is tapping on our doors. The weeks ahead will pass quickly and there’s a lot to consider regarding summer learning opportunities for your student(s). Protecting them against the “summer slide” is more important than ever. Many...

New England Tutors Partners with ROOTS

New before and after school care rooted in nature-based experiences is now open. “There are two things we should give our children: one is roots and the other is wings.” – Author Unknown Picture kids engaged in activities in a heated outdoor Yurt, growing food and...

Build Your Education Toolkit

We recently stumbled upon a fantastic no-cost educational resource that we have to share, This engaging resource can be used by anyone who is involved in the educational process – parents, grandparents, teachers and tutors.  Whether your student is learning...

Leveraging Resources to Create Educational Success

As districts announce their decisions for the Fall “return to school” plans, many of you are faced with a complex situation. While we had all hoped that the experiences of spring education would be a distant memory, the roles of parenting, teaching and working...

Executive Function and Academic Success

A four-year old might like to read at home with mom and dad, but will he be able to sit through lessons with a teacher when he transitions to Kindergarten? A 10-year old seems to be able to keep up with her homework when it all comes from one teacher, but is she ready...

How to Explain Coronavirus to a Child with Anxiety

We all have a lot on our minds right now with the uncertainty of the Coronavirus and the shift to home-schooling This article, "How to Explain Coronavirus to a Child with Anxiety" was published by ADDitude Magazine and offers some useful tips to help you navigate the...

Cheating Success

When the pressure to succeed is over-shadowing the purpose of learning, help your child understand their personal definition for success. A student’s mother recently called me with concerns following an unexpected conversation with her son. He’s a hard working student...

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