Are You Considering Taking Part in a Medical Office Administration Program? Factors to Consider When Selecting a Program

20 January 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you are looking to learn skills that can help you find a job once your training is complete, you may be considering working in the medical office administration field. This career field is expected to offer faster than average growth between 2012 and 2022, making it a great field to get into. However, before you can get into this field, most employers want you to have some experience or knowledge so that you can jump right into the job without needing training. Read More 

Three Reasons To Consider Phlebotomy As A Career Path

19 January 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you are not familiar with the word phlebotomy, it simply refers to the practice of drawing blood for the purpose of lab testing. Those who do this type of work are referred to as phlebotomists, and becoming one can be a fast track to a career in the health care field. The following are among the best reasons to think about pursuing this type of employment. The training is fast and convenient Read More 

3 Tips For Preparing Your Child For Preschool

11 January 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

When it comes time for your child to attend preschool, this is going to be a new and exciting change for them. They are going to be in an environment that they have never been in before and will likely be doing new things and learning new things each day. This is going to be a great environment for them and one that can be very beneficial. However, your child still may have a hard time with this change. Read More 

2 Different Reading Together Strategies To Use When Tutoring Primary Aged Students

6 January 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you are tutoring primary age students, there are many benefits that your students can experience by incorporating reading together alongside independent reading and reading aloud. Here are two different ways that you can read together with your students, and a brief explanation of how each of these different strategies will help the child you are tutoring with their reading skills and ability. #1 Explicit Modeling We often expect child to know how to strategize through words that they can't pronounce or don't know without showing them how to do this. Read More 

Knowing The Alphabet Before Preschool Can Help Your Child Out

15 December 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Preschool is usually where children start learning the basics required to begin reading and writing. They might learn the letters and sometimes even begin learning how to write their names. One thing you can do as a parent to help make the transition to preschool easier on your child is begin working on the alphabet at home first. This way, your child will already be somewhat familiar with what he or she is learning once the teacher starts teaching the alphabet. Read More