Our New Search Function

Our New Search Function

At Genius Plaza, we value the relationships we have with teachers, parents, administrators, and students.  We strive to constantly improve our offerings based on feedback we receive.  Our CEO likes to quote Epictetus, reminding us, “We have two ears and one mouth, so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.”  We are […]

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Las carencias en la ecuación

Las carencias en la ecuación

La educación de nuestros hijos es, sin duda, una de nuestras prioridades diarias. Que se formen como personas y aprendan todo lo necesario para que el día de mañana puedan ser los mejores en aquellas profesiones que ellos hayan elegido. En pleno siglo XXI parece increíble que todavía millones de niños en todo el mundo […]

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Teaching Kindergarten – Sight Words

Teaching Kindergarten – Sight Words

I remember the beginning of the school year.  I would be so excited, decorating and preparing lessons plans.  I would also be anxious to meet students and parents.   Teaching Kindergarten Kindergarten is probably my favorite grade.  I absolutely love to read, and I would read to my students with such excitement.  To watch their […]

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Matemáticas

Matemáticas en high school

Importancia de las Matemáticas Las matemáticas son una de las asignaturas menos populares entre nuestros hijos. Es cierto que hay algunos niños que no presentan demasiados problemas a la hora de su aprendizaje, pero por regla general suele ser una de esas materias que les cuesta más asimilar. Tanto maestros como padres les hemos escuchado […]

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Writing in the Age of Devices

Writing in the Age of Devices

The Internet and texting are here to stay, and this means that people are writing in a variety of formats and for a variety of different websites and apps. Each mode of Internet writing has its own standards and conventions that fall in different places on the casual/formal scale. Is instruction in formal writing even […]

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Weekly news recap – Friday, September 15

Weekly news recap – Friday, September 15

This week, we continue to focus on the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, and now of Irma, too.  According to a story from the Wall Street Journal, Florida schools are still struggling.   We also continue to monitor DACA, with many new headlines this week, including a potential extension to the deadline, and this poll showing […]

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