Learning By Listening: Ways to Study As an Auditory Learner
Do you learn best by listening? Find out about the most effective study strategies for auditory learners in this article by San Diego tutor Natalie S...
People generally learn new concepts in a few different ways. Some people are tactile learners; they use a hands-on approach to grasp and understand new material. Others are visual learners; they have to see a concept in order to comprehend it. Lastly, there are auditory learners. The most effective way for auditory learners to understand a ne
The Music of Reading: How to Help Your Struggling Reader
Is your child struggling with his or her reading skills? Here are some helpful tips from Brick, NJ tutor Elizabeth C. to incorporate music with reading...
Does your child know all the lyrics and melodies to their favorite songs yet cant read a simple sentence? Is your child the one dancing in front of the television or computer copying the latest dance moves from a pop video yet cant read a grade level book? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you have a struggl
Math Help: Converting From Exponential to Logarithmic Form
Struggling with exponential and logarithmic forms? Don't sweat! Read on as Tucson, AZ tutor Blake C. shares his strategies for solving the equations without pulling your hair out:
For many students first beginning to work with exponential and logarithmic forms, the translation between them becomes an area of confusion. The thing to remember is that, essentially, both of these forms are ways of writing the same thing.
Lets begin our discussion by looking at the exponential form a^x=y.
20+ Reasons Why You Should Raise Your Child Bilingual
Did you know that the number of U.S. residents ages 5 and older who speak a language other than English has more than doubled in the past three decades? Thats right, more and more parents are raising bilingual children.
Todays parents are always trying to find ways to improve their childrens future, whether its placing them in early music classes or sending them to elite athletic camps.
But did you ever think of getting your child language lessons?
From improved social skills to dee
How to Write With Humor: Finding Your Voice
A writer's voice is what attracts readers to stay on the page, finish the piece, and return for more. Voice makes writing uniquely the author's, and it can sink the poem, feature story, or op-ed piece for one reader and elevate it for another. As you're learning how to write with humor, keep the following things in mind!
Humor is Important to Voice
Humor can be a great part of voice. In fact, some would argue that it is a necessary part. Humor helps the reader:
remember key points