LearningMap, 2012

Published on: September 28, 2012

LearningMap, 2012

At ParentMap, we’re proud to present the best, the latest and the most relevant details on events, activities and everything else you ever wanted to know about kids — infants through teens. But few topics pique parent interest the way education does.

In this year’s LearningMap, you’ll discover how music education enhances learning; innovative techniques that math teachers are employing to teach our kids; why handwriting still matters; ways to help kids who struggle with tests; and how to help your kids study more efficiently at home.

In This Issue:

Multiple Math Methods... And Still Counting

Test Stress: Getting Those Scores to Soar

Who’s Got the Beat? Music Programs Enrich Schools

Handwriting and Literacy: Does Your Child Have the ‘Write’ Stuff?

Homework: Set Your Kids up for Success

Flip through our current issue online, which includes a “Listings” section loaded with fabulous resources, including schools, day cares, tutoring and more.


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We cherish each stage of your children’s development. We love researching and delivering stories that help and support you and your children during that fascinating journey we call parenting.

We also realize that few experiences help mold and shape your kids the way education does. Learning gives them the tools and skills they need to approach life with competence and confidence. We must nurture and support lifelong learners who can problem-solve, think creatively and function fully in a global and increasingly wired world.

At ParentMap, education has always been a major focus. We connect with nationally renowned thought leaders in every field of learning and bring their latest wisdom and insights to you in our monthly print publication and on our website at parentmap.com.

Every year, we devote a special issue to learning and education. In this year’s LearningMap, you’ll discover how music education enhances learning; innovative techniques that math teachers are employing to teach our kids; why handwriting still matters; ways to help kids who struggle with tests; and how to help your kids study more efficiently at home.

We hope you enjoy this special publication.

— Linda Morgan, managing editor

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