# Category: Homework / Study Tips

## Student – Tutor Relationships

The student-tutor relationship is a very important one. Nowhere is this more true than in e-learning. Yet students are often unsure as to how best to take fullest advantage of the unique access an...

## Ten Tips – Exam Techniques

Tests and exams are a regular part of the school environment. It is important that exams be kept in proportion – they are important, but not the end of the world. Some things can...

## Learning the Multiplication Tables – Skip Counting by Two and Three

If you’re child or student is learning to multiply, a good way to have them start out is learn skip counting. Skip counting is simply counting by a whole number other than one. It’s...

## Tips for Teaching Handwriting

People often joke that when a person has bad handwriting they must be a doctor. Handwriting is still an important part of our everyday lives. Even though as adults we spend a lot of...

## How to Solve Quadratic Equations

Before tackling the issue of how to solve a quadratic equation, it is important to be able to identify one! A quadratic function is any function in which the power of the leading coefficient...

## Techniques To Use In Solving GMAT Math Questions

GMAT Math questions are given to test your understanding of the mathematical concepts than to test your ability to actually carry out quantitative procedures correctly. These questions are simple but test-writers often complicate these...

## Homework, HELP!

Back in the day, writing a report for school meant cracking open the stiff pages of the encyclopedia, finding your topic, and rewriting the entry in your own words. Those days are long gone....

## Learn English Laughing

Humor and Learning Humor is important in learning a language. Not only does it enable the student to learn new vocabulary in context but it also is a motivating force. When a student understands...

## Learning Math With Manipulative – Base Ten Blocks (Part I)

Base ten blocks are an excellent tool for teaching children the concept of addition because they allow children to touch and manipulate something real while learning important skills that translate well into paper and...