Category: Education

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“How To Identify The Right Learning Center For Your Child” with Danielle Paul

“How To Identify The Right Learning Center For Your Child” with Danielle Paul

It’s VITAL that Parents be in tune with what is happening at their child’s learning center. The connection with parents, child, and the learning center is a key component of a child’s development and supporting further learning. Christopher Thomas talks with Danielle Paul, Founder of Let’s Learn: Innovative Learning Center, about how to identify the right...

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Predict Your Kid’s Behavior! Here’s How

Predict Your Kid’s Behavior! Here’s How

Can’t figure out what drives his behavior? Here’s how to make sense of it all. “It’s like living in a house with a monster in the closet,” Ely says. He’s talking about his brother Alexander. “You have to tiptoe all the time, just in case you wake up the monster, and then the whole day...

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MedSmarter Nominated for Gwinnett Chamber’s IMPACT Regional Business Awards

MedSmarter Nominated for Gwinnett Chamber’s IMPACT Regional Business Awards

Recognized as a leading organization, MedSmarter has been nominated for an IMPACT Regional Business Award. Reflective of Gwinnett and metro Atlanta, the program pays tribute to premier organizations in top industries that are driving economic development and job creation while enhancing our quality of life. “It is truly an honor to be nominated for the IMPACT...

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Robin L Chappell: Talks About Being An Author, Artist & Literacy

Robin L Chappell: Talks About Being An Author, Artist & Literacy

Robin L Chappell, an established artist and author talks to inCity Magazine’s Publisher about Literacy and her published Short Stories. Robin L Chappell, a true creative person (artist and author) and community driven leader recently spoke with inCity Magazine about her ambitious drive. Robin talks about her non-profit organization Harmonious Grace, short story entitled “Her...

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Screens Might Bad for Mental Health

Screens Might Bad for Mental Health

Psychologists can’t seem to agree on what technology is doing to our sense of well-being. Some say digital devices have become a bane of modern life; others claim they’re a balm for it. Between them lies a shadowy landscape of non-consensus: As the director the National Institutes of Health recently told Congress, research into technology’s...

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What Straight-A Students Get Wrong

What Straight-A Students Get Wrong

By Adam Grant of NYTimes.com Dr. Grant is an organizational psychologist and a contributing opinion writer. A decade ago, at the end of my first semester teaching at Wharton, a student stopped by for office hours. He sat down and burst into tears. My mind started cycling through a list of events that could make...