Are you worried about how you'll succeed when it comes to college classes? Find out tips for learning your best.


Tips For New Drivers To Safely Drive In Rain

5 February 2016
Education & Development, Blog

When you're learning how to drive, it's important that you gain experience driving in all kinds of weather conditions. For example, while it may seem like no big deal, learning to drive in the rain is important. Driving in rain brings distractions and safety hazards that aren't there otherwise, so new drivers need exposure to that environment in a safe and controlled manner. Here are some tips to help you prepare for facing the rain for the first time behind the wheel.
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Four Measurable Ways Daycare Can Positively Influence Your Child Long-Term

11 January 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Many new parents spend hours agonizing over the decision of whether to place their child into daycare, and it is easy to see why. Choosing between your or your spouse's career and spending time with your child is hard enough, but you must also consider the long-term ramifications of your child's early environment. Thankfully, studies following the progress of children who spend time in childcare have found several positive associations between daycare attendance and social and academic performance.
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Excelling in the College Classroom

My college days were amazing. I loved learning new concepts I could use in my chosen career. Are you enrolling in college soon? Perhaps you’re worried you won’t make good grades. If you desperately desire to excel in the college classroom, consider limiting the number of courses you take each semester. Instead of taking five or six classes during the fall and spring semesters, sign up for three or four. To make up the difference, you might want to take a couple of classes during the summer semester. To make good grades, sit near the front of the classroom. Take detailed notes. On this blog, I hope you will discover more smart tips to help you succeed in college.