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TFALC Blog: Learning Tools and Educational Tips

It’s almost time for that final bell to ring that will free you from your desk. The last thing you’re thinking about is the purpose of the lecture. That pesky seconds hand on the clock seems to be pecking away at the time slower than usual. The history teacher’s lecture […]
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Just because something was written a long time ago doesn’t mean it’s going to be boring or irrelevant. However, there are some books out there that are a little more difficult to get through than others. The best way to approach these books is with cognitive flexibility. We need to […]
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How do you study? That’s an important question that we should all think about. It doesn’t matter if you’re learning something in a classroom setting or at the office. The way you study is important. Quality studying will allow information to get stored in your long-term memory in a way […]
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Bonnie Weiss, our Owner/Director, was recently featured in SD Voyager Magazine’s “Inspiring Stories” series. Bonnie Weiss Interview In her interview Bonnie shares her story of how she stumbled into the field of Educational Therapy, became the owner of The Family & Learning Center, and the successes and challenges that come […]
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If you feel down and out after a game that you lost or a test that you failed, think about growth mindset. Growth mindset is the belief that you can improve through putting in the time and effort. Relying on the skills you currently have isn’t enough. Someone with growth […]
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Procrastination is a part of human nature. Everyone procrastinates every now and then. Living in a world booming with technology makes procrastination even more common than ever before. It’s easy to get lost in a video of a cat trying to fit into a tiny jar and ignore a report […]
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Just like learning about how a tool works helps you use it better, learning about how your brain works can help you learn more efficiently. There are two modes of thinking that are essential to learning: focused mode and diffuse mode. It’s critical that both thought patterns are used to […]
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The critical thinking strategy of paying attention to details is essential for just about anything that you do, and that includes watching movies! The way a film is lit, the angles used, the props within the scenes, the dialogue, and the time spent on certain shots are all vital details […]
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It’s the beginning of a new year once again, which is the perfect time for setting goals. The whole year is ahead of you, so setting yourself up to accomplish your goals now is important. Making a plan is beneficial so that your goals don’t fade away as the months […]
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Reading literature is very beneficial to understanding the human condition and seeing how we’re all relative in one way or another. Whether you’re reading William Shakespeare, Ralph Waldo Emerson, J.K. Rowling, or Ernest Cline, the author has something to say about the human race or the world we live in. […]
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