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Reflecting on Organic Foods: Save Yourself, Your Children & Your Local Farmers

Reflecting on Organic Foods: Save Yourself, Your Children & Your Local Farmers

By Linda Davis-Kyle Does the sentiment What the Heck Should I Eat? bother you as much as it bugged Mark Hyman who wrote the bestselling book with that title? Do you want to secure the most nutrient-dense foods for your precious youngsters to ensure their ability to learn? A quick online search will deliver articles […]

05/14/2024 | By More
Middle School Writing Unleashed: Explore “World of Words” by Lisa R. Hassler

Middle School Writing Unleashed: Explore “World of Words” by Lisa R. Hassler

Introduction: In a world where writing skills are essential, Dr. Lisa Hassler presents “World of Words: A Middle School Writing Notebook Using the Writing Process.” Designed for 4th-6th grade students, this innovative notebook draws upon Dr. Hassler’s extensive experience in education and writing. It serves as the perfect companion to her primary writing journal. “My […]

02/21/2024 | By More
My Weekly Writing Journal: Nurturing Young Writers in Grades 1st-3rd

My Weekly Writing Journal: Nurturing Young Writers in Grades 1st-3rd

Dr. Lisa Richardson Hassler Introduction Tired of grappling with the complexities of writing? Many students share your frustration. Fortunately, Dr. Lisa Richardson Hassler has created a solution—an all-inclusive writing tool for children called “My Weekly Writing Journal: 15 Weeks of Writing for Primary Grades.” This workbook-style journal available through Amazon, is designed with the student […]

09/19/2023 | By More
Turning the Page: How Adults Can Help Teens Rediscover the Joy of Reading

Turning the Page: How Adults Can Help Teens Rediscover the Joy of Reading

By Dr. Lisa R. Hassler Parents hope to instill a love of reading that lasts a lifetime with their children. Reading is an essential skill that promotes cognitive, social, and emotional development, and is a crucial tool for academic and professional success. As parents, we understand this, so we stock our shelves with beautifully illustrated […]

05/24/2023 | By More
ChatGPT-4: Artificial Intelligence Revolutionizes Communication – Practical Examples

ChatGPT-4: Artificial Intelligence Revolutionizes Communication – Practical Examples

In the rapidly growing world of Artificial Intelligence (AI), ChatGPT-4, the latest generation of OpenAI’s revolutionary text-processing model, has set new standards. Its ability to generate human-like text and interact naturally has changed the way we communicate with technology. In this blog post, we take a look at the impressive capabilities of ChatGPT-4 and present […]

03/15/2023 | By More
<strong>Giving Gifts That Matter</strong>

Giving Gifts That Matter

By Linda Davis-Kyle Sometime ago when I entered my acupuncturist’s well-lit, but tiny, four-chair waiting room filled with the fragrance of frankincense, a mom and her two children were getting settled. The mom’s lap served as a comfy chair for her daughter who was about two years old. The little pink bow in her daughter’s […]

01/12/2023 | By More
Get Certified and Help Those with Dyslexia: Enroll in the Dyslexia Trainer Program Today

Get Certified and Help Those with Dyslexia: Enroll in the Dyslexia Trainer Program Today

Are you looking to make a difference in the lives of children and adults with dyslexia? Look no further than the Certified Dyslexia Trainer Program on https://www.dyslexiacertificate.com. A learning disability called dyslexia impairs a person’s ability to read and write. Peers frequently misunderstand it, which makes learning challenging for people who have trouble with it. […]

01/04/2023 | By More
Where and How Children Learn: My Experience with Discovering an Optimal Learning Experience

Where and How Children Learn: My Experience with Discovering an Optimal Learning Experience

Written by Annie Lacey Where: The Inner Universe of a Student With Divergent Learning  It was not too long ago, when my bright, creative third grader began to dread going to school, meeting each weekday morning with resistance, which at times was fierce. The human need to belong to a group is rooted in survival. […]

12/15/2022 | By More
Lexie – The Easiest Way To Read

Lexie – The Easiest Way To Read

By Maja Hmelina, SLP For the past 15 years, in my speech therapy career I’ve seen and felt the burden dyslexics experience from an early age and carry into their adulthood. To successfully work with them I had to find a specific and quite creative approach for each. Invest a lot of time and energy […]

11/28/2022 | By More
<strong>Six facts about dyslexia</strong>

Six facts about dyslexia

1 in 5 people is affected by dyslexia According to the International Federation of Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Associations, 1 in 5 people are affected by dyslexia. This is a learning difference that affects an individual’s ability to read and spell words. Dyslexia affects more males than females You may have heard that dyslexia affects more […]

11/17/2022 | By More