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Turning This Into A Breakthrough Year


Let’s face it, the end of the last school year was rough! Juggling the demands of our jobs, running the household, raising our kids, and managing their online education led a majority of us to have a lot more wrinkles and gray hairs than we did before. And now we must muster the strength to do it all over again!

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Expert to Share How to Thrive in a Virtual World
Long Island Press, January 2021


Turning This into a Breakthrough Year
New York Family, October 2020


The Word “Style” Applies to Fashion, Not to Learning
Psychology Today. October 2020


Building a Strong Relationship with Your Child’s Teacher
Thrive Global. October 2020


What Schools Can Learn from Video Games
Working Mother, Sep 2020


Effective Online Instruction
Psychology Today. Aug. 2020


Take the Gloom out of Zoom
Thrive Global, July 2020

LAKEWOOD, COLORADO - MARCH 17: Eight-year-old Indi Pineau, a 3rd grader in Jeffco Public Schools, works on doing her first day of online learning in her room at her family"u2019s home on March 17, 2020 in Lakewood, Colorado. Jeffco Public Schools implemented a remote learning and work plan where teachers, students, and staff will educate and learn from home with online programs for an unknown period due to COVID-19.(Photo by  RJ Sangosti/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Now Is a Great Time for Parents to Teach Their Children a Better Work Ethic
The 74 Million, June 2020


Parents on the Front Lines
Psychology Today, June 2020


Confidence Amidst the Chaos
Thrive Global, June 2020


How to Get Your Kids to Treat You Like Their Teacher
New York Times, April 2020


Parenting in the Age of COVID-19
Thrive Global, March 2020


The Homework Crisis
Thrive Global, February 2020


5 Things That Should Be Done To Improve The US Educational System
Medium, Authority Magazine, Jan 2020


Fit Learning Empowers Students by Building Fluency in Academic Skills
Macaroni Kid, August 2019


The Truth Behind Testing
Red Tricycle, November 2019

Two boy kid lay down on floor and reading tale book  in preschool library,Kindergarten school education concept.

Science Shows that Learners Must Master the Basics
The 74 Million, July 2019


Back to School Tips from a Learning Scientist
Red Tricycle, September 2019


A Back to School List from the Experts – 30 Tips to Cover All Bases
Thrive Global, August 2019

Blind Spots: Why Students Fail and the Science That Can Save Them


In the United States, a majority of students graduate below proficiency in all academic subjects. Parents of struggling students feel overwhelmed and confused about how to help their children simply survive school, let alone succeed. Various school reform efforts have been tried and all have failed. But all hope is not lost. A science exists that allows children to learn as individuals even though at school they are educated in groups. One that avoids senseless labels that sentence children to lifetimes of failure and mediocrity.

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