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This article describes the Montessori Work Cycle as it is deployed in a 18 month old to 4 year old playgroup. The Montessori Work Cycle helps parent-child teams to approach all jobs the same way. With simple un-embellished instructions and expectations, parents are typically blown away to see their little children comply with our expectations.


As a tutor, it is common to find yourself tutoring a student with learning difficulties. These students need a learning environment which will facilitate their unique needs. This is often not available in a public classroom setting. These top tips will show you what you need to do.


Parents need to weigh their choices in the education of their children. When they study it out they may find that the best education may not always come from what they first assume will be best.


It can be challenging to decide what to look for in a tutor. You know that you want to find a person who can satisfy you or your child's academic needs. However, you also want to make sure the person has a great personality and is able to understand learning insecurities.


How to make one to one teaching fun, whether you are a teacher with private pupils or a parent wanting to teach English to your child in a fun way.


Students who are placed at risk due to poverty, race, ethnicity, language, or other factors are rarely well served by their schools (Hilliard, 1989; Letgers, McDill, & McPartland, 1993). They often attend schools where they are tracked into substandard courses and programs holding low expectations for learning (Oakes, 1985; Wheelock, 1992). If parents are to achieve the desired goal of success for all students, they must hold high expectations for all, especia