Education Development

About Me
It Is Never Too Late to Follow Your Educational Dream

After I graduated from high school, I was offered a job in the construction industry that paid very well for my age. I told myself that I would go to college eventually, but kept putting it off due to sheer procrastination. I had always dreamed of working in the medical field. As my 20s came and went and I was well into my 30s, I realized that I really regretted not going to college. While it was tough, I soon began going to school full-time and, after a few years, landed the job I was meant to perform and now love it. I feel blessed that I had the encouragement and help of my family to pursue my dream, and I want to encourage others who don't have a support system like mine to follow their dreams as well. I plan to post many educational tips on my new blog!


Considering an Online Degree? Debunking 3 Myths

23 October 2019
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

When most people think of earning a degree, they picture themselves sitting in a classroom and staying in a dorm room. In reality, you can earn a degree from the comfort of your home. Today, more and more people are seeing the benefits of online degrees. However, there are some who are fearful of this option. This guide will help you understand the truths behind a few myths regarding online degrees. Read More …

2 Excellent Reasons To Enroll Your Child In A Summer Camp For Kids

9 May 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Summer time is generally seen as a great time for kids. The weather is warmer and they don't have to get up to go to school each day. However, just because it is summer doesn't mean your child should just sit at home and do nothing. There are so many fun summer activities out there that were created just for children. One kind of activity that is very popular with most children are summer camps. Read More …

3 Benefits Of A Montessori Summer Program For Your Kids

18 April 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Summertime is the time of year where kids let loose and explore the world around them. It's also the time of year when they are typically not thinking of school and the skills they have learned in math, reading, science, and other areas of study. If you want your kids to have a memorable summer while still keeping their minds sharp, a summer program that specializes in the Montessori method can be greatly beneficial. Read More …

Make Sure That Your Driving School Teaches You How To Respond To These Situations

7 April 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Enrolling in driving school doesn't just give you a chance to learn the rules of the road. This training also provides you with an opportunity to be taught how to react when a series of unexpected things happen to you while driving. Your safety, as well as the safety of others, can depend on how quickly and skillfully you can respond to such situations, so when you're evaluating different driving schools, select one that includes in-class and in-car tutorials on the following scenarios. Read More …

3 Tips For Teaching Children With Learning Disabilities

29 March 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Working with children with learning disabilities can be very rewarding work, but it can also be incredibly challenging. If you are struggling to figure out how to better teach the kids who are in your care, consider these three helpful tips. 1. Break Lesssons Up Students with learning disabilities can quickly become frustrated when they feel as if they are facing a mountain of work. Breaking lessons up into smaller chunks can make things seem much less intimidating for students and can make teaching a lot less overwhelming for you. Read More …