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7 Surprising Solutions That Boost Kids’ School Success

7 Surprising Solutions That Boost Kids’ School Success

Michele Borba August 20, 2018 0

Simple, proven solutions to enhance children’s learning that every parent should have in their back to school toolbox. Academic success impacts our children for the rest of their life: it influences their self-esteem, college

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7 Simple, Science-Backed Ways to Boost School Success

Michele Borba August 8, 2014 0

Academic success impacts our children for the rest of their life: it influences their self-esteem, college selections, job attainment, financial success, and even their choice of spouses. It’s no wonder we go great lengths

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Quirky Kids: When to Worry, Seek Help, Get a Label or Just Chill

Michele Borba November 23, 2012 0

Of course we worry about our kids. It’s only natural to do so. We love our children more than life itself and want them to be happy and successful, and when they aren’t it

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ADHD Kids and Bullying Vulnerability

ADHD Kids and Bullying Vulnerability

Michele Borba December 20, 2011 0

Why ADHD boosts vulnerability to bullying; solutions for parents and educators of special needs children. I had pleasure of speaking with Peggy Dolan from the Edge Foundation who does wonderful work on coaching students with

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ADHD on Rise? Report finds 1 in 10 kids with attention deficit

Michele Borba November 17, 2010 0

Parenting advice to help you know the signs of ADHD, the difference between ADHD and ADD, what to expect age by age, and when to seek help for your child. A government survey released

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5 Answers About School Problems

Michele Borba September 28, 2010 0

NBC is featuring a week-long focus on education. This morning on the TODAY show parents had the opportunity to call, email or skype in parenting questions about their children’s education. I appeared as the

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Michele Borba Blog: Helping kids learn to take tests, reduce jitters and boost scores

Michele Borba February 5, 2010 0

It’s that time again for one of kids more dreaded four-letter    words: T.E.S.T. These days it seems even for many kids even  if they’ve studied hard and done their homework when test  day

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