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Judy Hanning / Jan 18, 2018
Sharpen your punctuation skills with this handy study guide!Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 17, 2018
Sure typing is faster, but handwriting has significant benefits. Learn all 5 benefits here!Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 3, 2018
Who hasn't spent time sitting staring at a blank piece of paper? It won't write itself. Learn these 10 tips for essay writing.Read more
Judy Hanning / Nov 3, 2017
Many thinkers break out the pencils or thinking time. There's a reason why. Find out why in this infographic.Read more
Judy Hanning / Oct 13, 2017
Any student with learning challenges, parents, or teachers could use a few “tricks of the trade” to facilitate teaching and learning. Sylvan Learning Center provides useful and practical tips on how to enhance your child’s education. If you need some fresh ideas check this article out!Read more
Judy Hanning / Oct 9, 2017
Finding the best pencil or pen could greatly affect a dyslexic students' writing ability.Read more
Judy Hanning / Oct 6, 2017
Did you know that students in the Arts outperformed their non-arts peers on the SAT by 91 points? Learn more about the benefits of Arts in Education in this infographic.Read more
Judy Hanning / Oct 5, 2017
Is there an instance that you are confused on which word to use between loose or lose, or between awhile vs. a while? Check out in this infographic the common misspelled or misused words and how we should use them.Read more
Judy Hanning / Oct 2, 2017
Confused on how or when to use the words "Anyone vs Any One", No One vs None"? Check out this simple guide on the proper use of the words: Anyone vs Any One and No One vs None.Read more
Judy Hanning / Sep 29, 2017
Got mixed up in using the words "who" and whom? They are similar words but provide different meaning when used. Check out in this infographic on how or when to use the words "Who" and "Whom".Read more
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