Federal Government Job & Career Pros

2 days ago Jill Nichols Comments Off on Federal Government Job & Career Pros
Is a federal career right for you? Let’s go over some of the pros and positives for this career path. – This is a big one. Federals jobs are much more stable than most positions in the private sector. Also federal employees where their job is no longer needed at a particular agency usually get Read More

How to Write a CV for Volunteer Work and Succeed

1 month ago Jill Nichols Comments Off on How to Write a CV for Volunteer Work and Succeed
Introduction Many times, a person’s involvement in volunteer work is used as a way of making their CVs more attractive. Therefore, some job seekers look for volunteering opportunities to boost their CVs. At times volunteer work may be a person’s main calling. Whatever the reason, a person may have for seeking to volunteer work, they Read More

Four Easy Steps to Getting More Sleep WITHOUT Sacrificing your Grades or Social Life

2 months ago Jill Nichols Comments Off on Four Easy Steps to Getting More Sleep WITHOUT Sacrificing your Grades or Social Life
The time of day that we college students look forward to the most, even from the moment we awaken from it. Yet, it’s one of the rarest commodities; yes! The most elusive of luxuries. Thankfully, we don’t have to sacrifice it for the good of our grades or our social life. Wait, WHAT? That’s right. Read More

Headline Mastery – Write successful headlines on Squeeze Pages and Ads

2 months ago Jill Nichols Comments Off on Headline Mastery – Write successful headlines on Squeeze Pages and Ads
This can work wonders for text ads, banner ads and squeeze pages. Also other pages which sole purpose is making the visitor perform the action you want them to. For example click a link or sign up to an opt-in list. Your headline’s most important task is to stop your visitors in their tracks. After it has Read More

What kindergarten kids should know

2 months ago Jill Nichols Comments Off on What kindergarten kids should know
Math Counts, recognizes, represents, names, and orders objects (i.e. shows beginning number skills from 1 to 10) Begins writing numbers Understands the meaning and use of numbers and the relationship between numbers and quantity  Understands simple addition and subtraction by using objects to determine answers Shapes, Colors, and Patterns—  Identifies common geometric shapes (e.g. circle, Read More

Test-taking tips

2 months ago Jill Nichols Comments Off on Test-taking tips
Here are proven ways to help your child prepare for and successfully take their next test… —Conversation: Talk to your child about the importance of tests. Studies have shown that younger children are not always aware of their significance – but do better once they understand it. Explain that tests measure students’ progress in class by Read More

Learning styles

2 months ago Jill Nichols Comments Off on Learning styles
How Students Learn – 3 Different Ways Educators find and differentiate between three major learning styles: Visual, Aural and Dexterous. To help your child reach his or her full potential, it is important to determine which type of learning style is natural for them and which type of learner he or she is. 3 Types Read More