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How to Help Your Students Reduce Test Stress

Tests can be stressful for many students. Here are a few tips to share with them that will help reduce the nerves that are common with test-taking. If you have a student whose study skills seem to need strengthening, refer them to Huntington. We’ll help them become more effective learners who are capable of problem-solving, thinking critically, and proving their knowledge. This will build their confidence as test-takers and students.

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Preparing to Make Up Lost Ground in the Post-COVID Classroom

With a return to typical school format this fall, you’re probably feeling a lot of excitement… and nerves. There’s plenty to deal with after a year and a half of closed schools and remote learning, hybrid in-person/remote school, and stress for students and teachers alike. Here are a few ways to go into this school year with optimism.

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How to Help Your Students Make the Most of Their Education

Students who embrace school as an opportunity to grow and learn are best equipped for long-term success. Here are several tips to help your students make the most of their education and be the best they can be.

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Tips for Your Students Who Need Summer Tutoring

Do you have a few students who had some difficulties this year? There’s no question that the school year has not been easy for many, but the good news is that you can help your students by encouraging them to get summer tutoring help.

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Four Ways Students Can De-Stress and Maintain Their Mental Health

Here are four suggestions you can make to help your students navigate the ups and downs of school as well as the added pressures of the current climate.

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Tips to Offer Parents for Helping Their Children with Math

Remind your students’ parents that they don’t have to be mathematicians to help their children through math homework. Here are a few ways they can be effective.

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