5 Ways to Inspire Your Students to Embrace Summer Learning

student engaging in summer reading with a book in a library

Did you know that studies show a significant decline in academic progress during the summer months? After a full school year of learning, students often spend their summers not thinking about schoolwork and lose a good amount of the learning progress they have made. At Schoolmart, we understand the importance of continuous learning and are…

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How To Keep Your Kids Thinking & Learning During Holiday Break

It is an ongoing debate as to whether or not technology is truly beneficial for the younger generations. Some argue that young students spend too much time glued to their screens, thus inhibiting their sleep, learning, and educational performance; others believe that there are several ways in which technology can enhance learning opportunities. With the…

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Tips for K-12 Students to Protect Their Online Privacy

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As virtual learning has become the norm throughout this past year, and will continue to be the primary way of learning for most schools throughout the next semester, educators and students have had to adapt and change in many ways. As students are learning best practices and streamlined approaches to virtual learning, they must also…

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Tips for Preparing Your Child to Return to School After Summer Break

Although it might be hard to accept, summer is nearing its end and it is time to start preparing your child for the upcoming school year. While this is a time of year that can create anxiety for children who are nervous about the approaching first day of school, there are methods parents can utilize…

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Tips For Keeping Your Students Engaged at the End of the School Year

Summer is just around the corner, and it is guaranteed that your students are counting down the days until their carefree summer vacation! This can have an effect on your students’ productivity levels, attention span and quality of work, and while this is completely natural, it can impact your students’ grades, final exam results and…

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