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February 17, 2015

Teach Like a Champion

ISBN: 978-0470550472

Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov is a book intended for teachers of children in grades all the way from kindergarten through senior year. This book is all about techniques that teachers need to know in order to set all of their students up for success and college. After all, college is beginning to become the only way to achieve success in our country and making children want to attend is the crucial key to getting them to achieve that success in a job that they can excel at and enjoy.


The Tips to Success

Teachers may feel like they are doing the best they can all the time and yet it’s just not working. Sometimes it feels [...]

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February 17, 2015

Updating your LinkedIn profile and more traffic for your articles

If you have been approved as a Premium Reviewer, you can update your LinkedIn profile to indicate that your current occupation is with – you will find us on LinkedIn. You can use any of the following descriptions in your profile: “Premium reviewer” “Journalist” “Freelance Journalist” “Editor” Remember that social media sharing, on every article you write, is an absolute essential. Fortunately there is more you can do with Linkedin: Using your LinkedIn account to share your posts is also a great way to attract more attention to your articles. In fact, I would suggest sharing every article you create on LinkedIn. [...]
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February 16, 2015

Questionable Autism

The book Questionable Autism is focused on opening discussions about a variety of autism topics. Looking at professional, parenting, research and testing issues numerous questions are developed to consider the broad impact of autism topics for both parents and professionals. Author: Susan Louise Peterson, an award winning autism author weaves her experiences as an educator and school psychologist for young children into a discussion of some of the major issues impacting the field of autism. Questionable Autism includes many real world examples related to parenting topics, field issues and general practices in the area of autism. Questionable Autism has opened the door for [...]

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February 4, 2015

Bluehost hosting review – great for beginners, but professionals look further

I’ve often seen people recommending Bluehost with great awesome articles – but the actual link in the article contains an affiliate code, for which they receive a commission. Therefore, I’ve been trying to find positive reviews about Bluehost which do not contain affiliate links – and that was a bit more difficult. Therefore, I will share with you what I feel the public should know about using Bluehost:

Firstly, I think just like Godaddy, Bluehost is a great starter package if your requirements are not high – and if you do not ask questions that fall outside a standard offering. For example, Blue Host’s CEO, Dan Handy did not respond to a [...]

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