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Hate to Write? Hire a Ghost! Why Using a Ghostwriter is Not Cheating by Kim Pearson
... (It still is.) But that was because having someone else write for you meant you were not learning, which was then your primary job. It was also cheating to use a calculator while taking a math test, because you were supposed to be learning how to do mathematics, not punch buttons. This is no longer true. You can use a calculator now without guilt. You can also hire a writer to help you put your ideas on paper. (Of course they must be your ideas – it’s still wrong to steal others’ ideas and ...

Are You An Investment Dummy Like Me? by Jack Humphrey
... Collins, had chosen to write for people like ME instead of a bunch of learned investment "geeks." Finally someone had written about investing strategies in a language that I could understand and about strategies I could feel comfortable in applying without feeling as though I was being a risk taker or putting my money in jeopardy. This is no small feat. I feel most people who are like me are conservative with their investing, and don't become active in the management of their investments, ...

Parents --- Homeschooling Can Take a Lot Less Time Than You Think by Joel Turtel
... Also, bookstores like Barnes and Noble and Borders have whole sections full of books about teaching your child to read, write, and do basic math, as well as books that will interest and challenge young readers. Once your children learn to read well, the whole world of learning opens to them. They can explore any subject that interests them, and read ever more difficult material by themselves in books or on the computer. For a small subscription fee, your children can study the entire ...

Finding Your Niche - Your First Step to an Online Business by Chad Curl
... To name a few:Information (e-books, databases, documents, articles, tutorials)Software (programming tools, analyzers, calculators, designing tools)Audio (music, satellite radio, MP3's, synthesizers, sound effects)Video (trailers, commercials, instructional, teaching, entertainment)Games (games, arcades, casinos, teaching/learning, prize winning)Graphics (designing services/tools, artwork, driver software)Services (advertising, locating/finding, auctions, website designing or hosting, ...

Turbo Boost Your Brain Power by Leon Edward
... Another benefit you'll gain by learning to speed read is that you train your brain to pick up the important details of the written text. Contrary to claims of some self-help courses, however, you cannot acquire a photographic memory if you don't have one to begin with; however, speed-reading is the next best thing for those of who were not born with a photographic memory. 3) Test yourself often! Here is a good memory enhancement drill. A study conducted by several colleges separated ...

Ensure Your Child's Success in Math - 10 Great Ways! by Susan Jarema
... Many math books are written especially for parents to provide inspiration, instruction and ideas. And the Internet now has endless math websites for all ages with online visual applications, videos, games and music. Time spent exploring math with your child will help your child excel in other areas such as science, geography, music, art and problem solving. Our children can grow up to enjoy mathematics and we parents can learn along the way. Find an hour each week to share the wonders of ...

How to Improve Your Poker Game by Adel Awwad
... You would be surprised what you might learn while viewing tutorials and you will find the learning process both engaging and fun. Fourthly, you might what to familiarize yourself with poker odds. You can memorize poker odds to increase your playing power at the tables or, if you prefer, you can invest in a poker odds calculator. A poker odds calculator can help you learn the odds of various hands and once you have mastered the odds; you will be able to place far wiser bets at the playing table.

Secrets from the Classroom: Avoiding Summer Learning Loss by Rob Stringer
... In 1996, in a synthesis of 39 separate studies, researchers found that the average student, returning to school in September has lost the equivalent of 1.0 to 2.6 months of previous learning—in effect, erasing this amount of learning from their mind. According to the report, the biggest losses occur in the areas of spelling and computational math (multiplication, addition, etc.). The good news for both parents and students is that this "academic atrophy" can be reduced and even eliminated.

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