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Road Rules For Small Children

02nd May 2012
Some people walk to bring their children to their Montessori early childhood centre; others don't. But most parents of young children will walk somewhere at some time, even if it's just down to the corner store. And it's important to teach your children... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

E-Mini Trading: Candlesticks Are Great, But I Prefer Renko Bars

02nd June 2011
I've been spending some time in recent articles describing different e-mini charting techniques. Specifically, we have been looking at different methodologies to display raw price data. We have discussed candlestick charting, range bar charting, and tick ... Read >
Author: David S Adams

Alexander Harvey IVs Development into an Admirable Headmaster

28th April 2011
In the world of education, its impossible to go into being a headmaster in your first job; you need exposure on what it is like to work in a school at a lower level beforehand. You may have all of the qualifications in America that relate to education, b... Read >
Author: alexanderharvey31

Scalping the E-Mini Contracts: Some Odds and Ends

11th March 2011
Most e-mini scalpers are traders who hold contacts for a short period of time in hopes the price will move in the direction they are trading, either long or short. The average scalper is looking to carve out two or three points in a normal trend or counte... Read >
Author: David S Adams

Effective Methods For Teaching Math to Young Learners

10th August 2010
For a great number of students, mathematics creates an overload of anxiety. And many children dismiss math as a subject that they will have no use for in the "real world". As an educator, you know that it is important for your students to develop strong m... Read >
Author: Jennifer Dobson

Developing a Learning Curriculum for a Social Work Placement

24th November 2009
Social work education and training has rarely been under so much scrutiny and the quality of practice learning is now very much in the spotlight. The current scrutiny of the social work degree has led to an increased interest in the idea of a curriculu... Read >
Author: Chris Towland

Tools to Promote Your Educational Program Online

23rd July 2009
Online Strategies to Maximize Promotions for an Educational Website A school website can do a lot for teaching, informing, and promoting to your clients and future enrollees. Yet, having a school website doesn't solve fully promoting your business. To ... Read >
Author: Kristine Sanchez

Great Lengths Hair Extensions | Northern VA | Winchester VA

12th June 2009
Open for business Get Great Lengths Hair LLC Business: Get Great Lengths Hair LLC, a Winchester-based business, provides 100 percent natural hair extensions with Great Lengths brand hair and application technology. My most asked for services include... Read >
Author: getgreatlengthshair@gmail.com

Understanding African Greys' Behavior and Personality

14th May 2009
Personality Strangely enough for a bird who tends to have such a big tendency to be fearful and neurotic, the African Grey possesses the most stable temperament in the psittacide world. As much as he can prove to be rather unruly when he is young, fu... Read >
Author: Laurene Arroyo

Stand-up Comedy Tips That Just Don’t Float

13th February 2009
Being a career comedy educator, I have to say that many of the so-called stand-up comedy tips that you can find online are not only worthless, but can actually hinder an aspiring comedian's progress on stage. Here is an example among the many non-produ... Read >
Author: Steve Roye

Go Beyond The Extra Mile

03rd August 2007
It can be very easy to limit yourself to doing a so-so job. When you know the requirements, the bare minimum, it can be attractive to go no further. The super successful know better, and always go the extra mile. In school, did you ever have a teacher ... Read >
Author: Warren Heart

Three Things to Consider When Buying Preschool and Kindergarten Educational Learning Toys

01st August 2007
Back to School and it's time to think tbout new toys for preschool and kindergarten children. Excitement is in the air - its Back to School time and parents and educators will once again begin searching for new quality educational learning toys for the... Read >
Author: Garolyn Bowen

A Summary of Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development

02nd February 2007
According to Piaget's stages of cognitive development, a child's development can be broken down into four unique stages: 1. Sensorimotor Stage Age: Birth-2 years This stage is marked by the baby's ability to understand the world in terms of what he can do... Read >
Author: Jonathan Palmer
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