The Tutoring Center, Ocoee FL


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Being a good student can be easier said than done. Your child requires a set of skills and practices to make sure his/her performance in school, and his/her understanding of the lessons are on point.

If you’d like to help your child become a better student, The Tutoring Center in Ocoee will share...
Being able to focus on what the teacher is saying, on what you’re studying, etc., is a big part of doing well in school. However, paying attention can be hard. Even as adults, we struggle with it from time to time.

So, in order to help you and your child improve the attention span, The...
Summer has arrived and it’s filled with great opportunities for your children. It will provide them a much needed rest from homeworks, projects and many other school demands. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to evaluate their academic achievement.

If you are currently looking for ways to help your...
 Reading is a great activity! Not only do you get to practice your grammar and spelling, but you also learn new things and use your imagination. However, there are some children who find it a little bit difficult to do it.

If your child is one of them, and you would like to know how to...
The Common Core has been largely discussed by politicians, parents and teachers. Although there are many opinions, truth is no one can remain indifferent to this situation.

At The Tutoring Center in Ocoee, we know the importance of this subject. We created this post to tell you some basic things...
Tests may very well be one of the most stressful things those in school have to go through. So much so, that the anxiety they produce may even cause you to blank out and do poorly! If this has happened to you, and you would like to know a few tips on how to avoid getting nervous before a test,...
Excessive sweating, irritability and headaches - those are a few symptoms of test anxiety, which in extreme cases can lead to panic attacks. This common condition has many sources and it directly affects the academic achievement of your child. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do you to...
FCAT Writes for Orange County is on February 25th. Some Steps to Follow:

1) Read the prompt carefully (expository or narrative)
2) Plan out the response and make sure to stick to the prompt.
3) Proofread the response, make sure there are no English conventions mistakes.

Other helpful hints:


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