Can online apps and programs help kids academically?

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Can online apps and programs help kids academically?

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There are so many great tool out there now online to help our middle schoolers do well academically. Middle schoolers love to be able to study with their computers and with their iPads and with their iPods and when they're on the go. Three that I like are freerice.com. Freerice is a website that's a little bit like Trivial Pursuit. It enables middle school students to study a variety of different subjects and test themselves. Every time they get an answer right, rice is donated through Unisef to third-world countries. The second is a flash cards app. There are many flash cards apps online and what students do is they load their vocabulary words in whatever subject they're studying on the flash cards app, and then they can take them on the go. The third is called Quizlet. Quizlet is an online resource used by middle schoolers and high schoolers in which they are able to answer reading comprehension questions for virtually every novel they will study throughout middle school and high school.

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Nathalie Kunin, MEd

Educational Specialist

Nathalie Kunin has extensive experience teaching, tutoring and educating parents on how to help their children succeed academically. She founded Team Tutors in 2000 to provide students with one-on-one tutoring and comprehensive test preparation in their own homes. She works closely with students of all ages as well as many private and public school administrators throughout Los Angeles and the Valley.

Nathalie taught for five years at the Center for Early Education, where she also served as president of the Parent Association and as a member of the Board of Trustees. She is currently on the Executive Board of the Beverly Hills Education Foundation, which serves the Beverly Hills public school district.

Nathalie lectures frequently on current educational issues and learning styles. She is an expert on the “eight styles of learning” and conducts assessments on children of all ages so parents can learn how their child processes information. She also consults privately with parents about their children’s preschool through high school academic issues. In addition, Nathalie is a frequent contributor to LA Mom Magazine.

Nathalie was born and raised in Los Angeles. She received her bachelor’s degree at UCLA and completed her Master of Education at Cal State Los Angeles. She is the mother of two school-aged sons.

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