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Tutoring in Your Home -- All Subjects and Ages. Serving Atlanta, Orlando, Nashville and all of Connecticut
Tutoring in Your Home -- All Subjects and Ages. Serving Atlanta, Orlando, Nashville and all of Connecticut

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We have our new picture for 2017!
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Today we go live with our redesigned In-Home Tutors Connecticut website.  Always a lot of work to check for broken links, working forms, typos etc.  No doubt there are still a few bugs, but we're proud of it, especially as it takes us into the modern world of "responsive" sites that look good on both small phones and tablets as well as the desktop.
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As I said last year and the year before that, we've won an award designed to sell us trophies, but we'll happily accept the free picture!
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Many thanks to our loyal customers and tutors who voted for In-Home Tutors Atlanta and for the 4th year in a row ensured we have been awarded Best Tutoring Agency by the fine people at Kudzu. (http://www.kudzu.com/best/atlanta/tutoring-services).  We'll work hard in 2016 to live up to this accolade.
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I know this is a somewhat spurious award, designed to sell trophies. But it's a nice picture that we get to post each year!
http://orlando.orlando.awardcontact.org/PressReleaseub.aspx?cc=DEV4-RBBT-QUCC
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Thinking about cognitive flexibility, which is the ability of a human to smoothly adjust to change. Here's a useful article that parents can use with their young children to help build this important executive function over the summer. 
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After about 15 minutes of learning and practicing something the regions of the brain involved in that task get fatigued and need to rebuild the neurotransmitters, such as dopamine, that get depleted. 

Parents should encourage or allow their child to take regular breaks as they do their homework.  That doesn’t mean the child needs to run around or play a game (although that's not a bad thing for an energy-filled or ADHD student). It just means another part of the brain (or body) should be doing the activating while the other area rests.

See the article below for more on the science of learning.
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We won!  We asked our Atlanta friends to vote for us in Kudzu's Best of 2014 contest and thanks to your response, we have again been named as best tutoring agency.  Thank you!   http://www.kudzu.com/m/In-Home-Tutors-Atlanta-17235185
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Finals coming up? #StudyTips
Here's some advice on note-taking. 
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The #1 Thing Kids Want When They’re Stressed Out -- support from their parents.  Click the link for an interesting infographic
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