TestimonialsMy son played varsity football and the Pace-It System was indispensible in saving him time and helping him keep his homework and class notes organized. With his very heavy practice schedule this was a godsend. He went from struggling to keep up with all his homework papers to suddenly knowing where everything was. It also reduced the stress level at our house over homework. Both my son and my daughter have used the Pace-It System and the results were immediate. Pace-It System has made such a difference for us. -------------- Rene Bostic, Austell, Georgia ****************************************** The Pace-It System is a very effective time saver for students who struggle to keep up with their homework paper and getting assignments turned in on time. When a student starts using the system the results are immediate and the improvement is remarkable. ------------Gayle Born, Educational Consultant, Atlanta, Georgia
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
We use the term visual isolation to refer to minimizing both the number of distracting objects in the student’s line of sight, and the magnetism or attractiveness of the visible objects. If your son who loves video games can see … Continue reading
So what do you do when your student athlete is under the gun and you have tried all the techniques from our last post on “Successful Time Management for Student Athletes”? If your athlete is having eligibility issues or is in … Continue reading
Does your child or teen play a sport on the middle school or high school level? Maybe s/he’s only 11 or 12 years old and playing on a Little League or travel team. Practices for after school sports can take … Continue reading